Sited on a white cube situated in the COURTX pavilion, Degrees of Ambiguity, takes
the intersections of the isometric grid as a starting point to create ambiguities as it wraps around the 90 degree corners of the two metre cube.
The installed drawing constructed from the artists drawing kit of charcoal coated shredded paper strips are suspended from rods that protrude from the cube creating additional planes. Precariously held in place with gravity, the lines are anchored by the grid, but not restrained by it. On closer inspection they are irregular and not quite conforming to the structure. This unfixed approach enables the artist to alter the drawing periodically throughout the four weeks of the exhibition to present a sense of fluidity and change.
Three window vinyl artworks on the windows, are placed in rotation of 30 and 60 degrees, to interact with the wall installation presenting further visual ambiguities to the passer by.