Paul Tuppeny

Doubtful Species (The Man on The Beach) 2016

Paul Tuppeny’s current output follows a number of divergent strands bound together by an interest in the way that we present our species to ourselves. This involves temporal themes developing from our sense and recognition that the human species has a lifespan far greater than that of its component individuals and draws on the visual language of presented history to examine our own times and legacies. The artworks ask the viewer to seek an inner identification of self that lies beyond that of the individual and the present.