Among other things, George Egerton-Warburton’s work is about the application of irrational methodologies to better understand the awkward moral balance in nature. Egerton-Warburton often cites subjective and shared experiences where actions are incongruous with thoughts and impulses, due to the external force of cultural inheritance.

Egerton-Warburton is currently concentrating on making one video per year, shot in a single take.

Recent solo exhibitions include Steaming ties, curated by Caterina Riva, Artspace, Auckland, and Living With Living, Sutton Project Space, Melbourne. Group exhibitions include Public Thinking, curated by Susan Gibb, 55 Sydenham Rd, Sydney, and The Stalactite Love Review, as part of Perth International Arts Festival, University of Western Australia.

All images courtesy the artist.