We are pleased to present William Cobbing’s The Duddo Field Club Audit.
The show features Cobbing’s recent ceramics and bas-relief sculptures. Retrograde images of ancient rock formations are the basis for oversized book covers of Albert Camus’ Myth of Sisyphus. Cobbing imprints letterpress blocks into malleable clay surfaces. Words appear and are then distorted or erased through the act of continually reworking the surface; language becomes a tactile experience.