PAINTINGS WITHOUT HEADS
This series of works questions traditional concepts of painting.
One way to do this is using new forms and materials to express the bodily experience of
being – hence the title.
Kennedy draws on her reading of Heidegger’s Being and Time which considers the questions of being as action-in-the-world driven by subconscious, more than conscious, intent.
What do we do when we paint? Reveal or conceal?