Franko B's work focusses on the visceral, where the body is a canvas and an unmediated site for the representation of the sacred. the beautiful, the untouchable, the unspeakable and for the pain, the love, the hate, the loss, the power and the fears of the human condition. This book considers the notions of 'Still Life', from a range of formal and conceptual perspectives; the 'Still Life' of Fine Art traditions, the 'Still Life' of the artist's body as sculpture, the 'Still Life' of sleep and the 'Still Life' of a life that seems to go nowhere.
Black Dog Publishing, London, 2003, 160 pages, colour photographs throughout, 25.5cm x 19cm.
Adrian Howells (1962–2014) was one of the world’s leading figures in the field of one-to-one performance practice - the act of staging an event for one audience participant at a...