Touched

Our ability to use tools aided our rise, while artefacts left behind inform us of who we have been. Objects can be our talismans, our armory, our friends and we may mourn them when they are gone.

How will this play out in the future as our world becomes increasingly virtual, leaving the material behind? With the rise of AI, is it possible that we may be among the last to forge invested relationships with objects at all?

BROKEN PARTS_SNIP SNAP–ELEANOR PRITCHARD'S SCISSORS oil on canvas ©HelenStone2020 LO

Touched: Snip Snap, 25 x 30cm, oil on canvas.

Touched: Wrench, 30 x 25cm, oil on canvas.

Touched: Fallen Soldier, 30 x 25cm, oil on canvas.

Oil painting of  a broken paper mâché dog – part of a series

Touched: Stay, 50 x 60cm, oil on canvas.

Oil painting of a broken stethoscope

Touched: Listen, 30 x 25cm, oil on canvas.

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