Charles Cooper Lower George 2011 (ink and conte crayon on paper 103 x 76 cm)

Lower George is part of a study of road markings. Charles says:  On one level, the images are about 1) the generic communal space of the roadway, 2) the variety of distinctive patterns that denote , for instance, places at which pedestrians and drivers are obliged to negotiate with each other and 3) particular locations at which such markings, and interactions, occur e.g. Lower George Street outside the MCA (now altered, which touches on another dimension in the work).

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