Louis Jeck-Prestidge

Louis Jeck-Prestidge’s work centres around the relationship between found objects and surfaces of the body. These surfaces can be manipulated through various techniques. He uses basic casting techniques to create sculptural work that expresses a hidden and not always obvious bond between the human body and the objects around us. These objects such as kettles, fridges, beds, taps – all of which he finds around the city in skips or just on the floor – eventually become parts of installation pieces in which each individual object combines to form a narrative.