eleanor jayne davis
My main aim is to regain our public space.
In some communities people compare their time with their dogs. In others they compare their own interests. Local contact occurs either through our responsibilities or the chance of serendipity upon a web of public trust. The absence of this trust is a disaster to a city street. Its cultivation cannot be institutionalized.
If a child's transition of birth is not essentially relieved from tension and the liberation of it's natural drives within our environment is more painful than the interior world of the previous womb, the selfish genetics of the child turn aggressive to suppress every other urge until relieve of tension. The practice of my public art reclaims the community's neglected brown sectors through a pre official manner. Rarely are Children officially encouraged to use public space or expected to act upon the environment beyond their abilities. The young and creative are eternally forced to resist the rational confrontation of past power structures set by history's corrupt institution's which can suffocate the biological senses of puberty through coercion.
As the states space is being sold to corporations who adopt the public body through our space, the contemporary media collides along our residential transparency of the arts council, who express the natural objective of modern space. The approach of any international cooperative body must consequently embrace the environmental networks of our native public and their social relation to the council, insuring the clear reflection of mixed neighbourhoods who form their own equal elite against a pre privatised system.