breaking the silence

These works address Ledson’s own history and are, for him, a way of breaking the silence. Paint contests the division between the realms of memory, emotions and experiences, in a multi-layered way. These works reference abstraction while retaining recognisable forms. The resulting work is made up of elements that allow meaning to shift. Making use of a colour that resembles a reaction to a tonal vibration rather than reality, he also selects mechanical marks in order to take the work into a distinct visual form. This new work is an ongoing development. He seems to be asking fundamental questions about our place in nature and nature’s place in us. He is fascinated by the disputed boundary between relationships, nature and culture. 



first rush 90x90cm

first rush 90x90cm


 























 

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