Doubt - selected paintings 2019

I think it is good to think of life as always potentially in crisis, to keep asking the question: how to live? 

- Sara Ahmed, Living a Feminist Life, 2017

As watery milieus for other bodies, we are always gathering the debts of the myriad watery bodies that are the condition of our possibility. Eventually, we all give ourselves up to another wet body. We all become with, or simply just become, other bodies of water [...] we [...] are both intensely local and widely global: I am here, and now, and at least three billion years old, and already becoming something else.

- Astrida Neimanis, Bodies of Water, 2017

Night Doubt

oil on canvas

38x33cm, 2019

Swaay (Doubt)

oil on canvas

84x77cm, 2018/19

Untitled

oil on canvas

50x45cm, 2019

Doubt Enactor 

oil on canvas 

50x41cm, 2019

Untitled

oil on canvas

40x36cm, 2019

Untitled

oil on canvas

45x40cm, 2019

Untitled

oil on canvas

33x41cm, 2017-19

Untitled

oil on canvas

77x84cm, 2019

Like a small rowing boat on a lake that the eyes can’t discern the edges of, in some mist that hangs lazily over the surface, step into the boat as it rocks and forms ripples that fan out till they no longer exist. It holds you steady but not enough to really stand up and see the other edges. But you can use it to row out and see what shores you might find.

Amy Winstanley, Doubt, 2019