For 'Like cattle that go down to the plain', Tayler Fisher presents a desolate landscape on the arts board and two sculptural beastlike, humanoids around the board. The wasteland contains a sole, decayed modern car as the beings occupy our public space. The creatures are innately drawn to the insignificant monument to their own detriment, exposing themselves to the elements. The work investigates our own physical and psychological environments, explores our own regressing nature and questions our role amoungst the scene.
Tayler Fisher's practice reconstitutes and bends familiar notions, in which reality is distorted to discover a truer existence. The human condition is examined and reflected upon as we travel further away from our true, physical selves, towards distant, monstrous apparitions, racing towards apocalypse.
24 year old Tayler Fisher graduated with a Fine Art BA in 2016 from Loughborough University. He currently lives and works in Leicestershire. Recent shows include Surface Gallery's graduate residency and FBA Futures at Mall Galleries.
You can see more of his work here: www.taylerfisher.com or on Instagram www.instagram.com/tayler__fisher
You can view this exhibition online, on Facebook or in person on the corner of Vestry Road and Peckham Road, Camberwell, London SE5.