There is no mistaking the pleasure Mark takes in the interplay of forms & colours.

Colours pulse and patterns drift over surfaces. Shapes assert themselves only to be dissolved again in the immateriality of colour.

The fact that most of the objects he makes are reliefs, testifies to a preference for ambivalence over proscribed definitions: the painted object stands as a pragmatic equivalent for and challenge to ‘The Painting’ or ‘The Sculpture’.