Collecting fragments

Mungo Howard,

“My practice revolves around wandering; collecting fragments and using my camera to sample compositions within the everyday environment. I frequently employ mediated processes such as printing and casting, and I welcome the inescapable interference of chance variation within these systems of creation. The resulting works exist ambiguously as faux relics which refer to both the formal language of abstraction and to the legacy of the readymade through their found painterly compositions.”

Howard’s works imitate the everyday surfaces.

Using printing, and image transferring technique to mirror on another surface, at the same time, allowing these imperfection; traces of the hand-made; torn and adapting textures of time, fading of some parts; glimmering light spots…

A form of memories as thoughts.

Create a website or blog at