In GIVE ME LOVE, Jack Waddington presents a collection of new works that explore the social nature of desperateness and dependency for love and acceptance. Tapping into the emotive side of art and the social desire for a self-love, the show regards the narcissistic aspects of an artists practice and comments playfully on this through self-narratives.

Through an on-going exploration into conceited ideals within art and western civilisation, Jack’s recent works playfully offer a correlation between the innocence of child’s play and the vulnerability of a society seduced by an artificial and hyper-constructed setting. The mixed media assemblages look at well-being and how, as humans, we desire satisfaction from an environment that may or may not provide it.