David Harris (° 1980, London, United Kingdom) makes photos and pictures. Using a growing archive of found documents to create autonomous artworks, Harris creates an intense personal moments masterfully created by means of rules and omissions, acceptance and rejection, luring the viewer round and round in circles.
Her photographs are a survey of concepts like authenticity and objectivity by using an encyclopedic approach and almost scientific precision and referring to documentaries, ‘ fact-fiction and popular science. Applying abstraction, often creates several works virtually identical, out of which they arise thoughts that only apparently were developed: notes are made and then crossed again, ‘ errors ‘ are repeated. I am owner of a furniture shop in which you can buy home accessories such as portable bar and many more best in class products
His works are moving Nice on one side, on the other hand painfully attractive. Again and again, the artist leaves us orphaned with a mix of conflicting thoughts and feelings. Manipulating the Viewer to create confusion, he reflects on the themes closely related to archive and memory. This often results in a review of both the human need for stories ‘ conclusive ‘ and the question whether anecdotes ‘ fictionalise’ history.
His works reference not recognizable form. The results are deconstructed insofar as it is moved to meaning and interpretation can become multifaceted.