– Tim Woodward –

By Winter 2013

Woodward wants us to think about why we do the things we do, how we can explain the things we do, and how our explanations of the things we do relate to the act of doing. His ostensibly commonplace objects portray a confounding world in which the creative process and its analysis are fundamentally irresolute. This emphasis on indeterminacy is also suggestive of peripateticism; the off-handed and performative qualities of Woodward’s work foreground the artist’s biographical journeying. – Wes Hill

Tim Woodward, Master baker, 2012; bread, adjusted aluminum easel, speaker horn, audio commentary, 106 x 89 x 89 cm; installation view, the artist’s studio; courtesy the artist and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney