Tim Furzers work focuses on the interconnection of natural phenomena, the persistence of chronic conditions and the inherent difficulty in recording moments of epiphany. The work considers the origin, life-cycle and intended purpose of the materials used. Often process oriented, the projects employ analytical methods including transposition, comparison and measurement. Central to the work is the ideal of simplification- any subject or entity simply expressed by the complex interaction of energy and information. Furzers motive is to probe tendency- repeatedly identified occurrences across a scale of observed and deduced common traits, to illuminate the paths between apparently known states.
Tim Furzer was born on the Isle of Jersey and studied architecture at the Bartlett School- University College London. He lives and works in Manhattan, NY.