Artist Paul Harfleet’s interest lies in the implications of citizenship and its influence on navigation and memory of the urban environment. He augments and re-contextualises various sites and objects by allocating them with new meaning or significance often through drawing, photography and intervention.
This is an example of a series of works made with found insects. I was interested by the location of these little deaths that had occured unnoticed on domestic window sills and city streets. On finding the insect I would retrieve it, place it in a frame it would be accompanied by a typed text 'epitaph'.