Alex Frost, The Modern Dance #4, plaster of Paris, 2003
Alex Frost’s work for ‘Afterlife’ represents a single theme played in two different ‘keys’: drawing and sculpture. Part of a series on this theme, both pieces allude to a systematic process in their construction and appear to be in a state of stalemate. A knotted sculptural form could represent both conclusion and confusion. A meticulously drawn portrait of a figure is equally ambiguous in its representation.