by Zolton in New Art on Tuesday 8 August 2006

I’m loving the work of Sydney-based artist, James Hancock, who has done the CD artwork for local singer/songwriter, Josh Pyke, amongst a handful of equally creative projects. He works across ‘all types of media in both art and design practices … drawing together heterogeneous elements taken from found objects, hand-generated content in drawing, printmaking, painting, photographic experiments, and other playful sources’. He says that his art is ‘not bound by medium, but by process and experimentation’. A collection of his works has been published in ‘SPACE3 – A Visual History‘.