‘Home Front, Kaleidoscope of the mundane’, uses the context of battle landscapes and fighting strategies within an everyday emotional landscape, mixed media on moon paper, approximately 6ft x 3ft. It explores how we are bombarded daily within the everyday both physically and mentally, e.g happy stuff collides with tragedy, humour, stress etc.
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Kaleidoscope of the mundane film: by Frankie Foster
Labour of Love celebrates the lives of my three children I lost through miscarriage. This work challenges the perception that miscarriage only happens to women. ‘Pain will not have the last word’ is a 76ft scroll painting that explores the everyday experiences of being a dad. Exhibited in 2 solo shows in London, 'Labour of Love' and 'Love dad x'
A series of inflatable sculptures, exploring the double edged sword between the joys and dispairs of an expectant dad. Exhibited in 2 solo shows in London, 'Labour of Love' and 'Love dad x'
This was a collaborative project, discussing men's relationship to miscarriage while documenting the process of making the 76ft scroll painting 'Pain will not have the last word'. It was exhibited in London, directed and filmed by Megan Beattie
Lost and Found, exhibited in London, Sheffield and New York.
This work is about the rediscovery of a loving relationship. ‘Lost’ initially explores the gradual breakdown of a relationship, through everyday communication while 'Found’ celebrates it's re-birth.
‘Precious in thy sight’ celebrates the everyday. The work rejoices in the individual’s needs, demonstrates a growing togetherness, strong love and awareness of the preciousness of the family.
It was shown in Sheffield, New York and London.
Exhibited in New York and London. This work reveals and explores what constitutes healthy daily friction within the everyday, exploring conflicting issues such as fetishism and miscarriage.