“When you follow the movements of a football across a flat TV screen you sometimes have the sensation that the ball is going in a certain direction when it turns out to have a different arc altogether and ends up at the feet of a different player than you had first thought. Its true movements are hidden by the flatness of the screen until it arrives at some particular part of the pitch. This same kind of sensation sometimes happens while drawing, when you attempt to compress the sight and touch of a solid object onto various parts of a flat surface”. – Claude Heath (Centre for Drawing, October 2001)
Claude Heath lives and works in London. Heath was featured in Contemporary Art Society’s ARTfutures in 2007 and 2004.