This work, by Doug Foster, is a large rusted steel-plate box, containing a seamlessly looped high-definition video installation.
‘BOB’ (2007) explores our innate attraction to symmetry and repetition by following in the relentless footsteps of a man with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
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*In the Naughty Chair, Lazarides, Rathbone Place, London - 2011
For his first solo exhibition with Lazarides, Foster showcased a selection of his most celebrated works alongside his newest digital film installation, Brainwasher. The gallery's two floors were transformed into a stark, clinical setting for the artist's stereoscopic and high-definition screen works.
*Only Human-FAS Contemporary, London - 2008
Foster’s first solo show at a London gallery included Breather, BOB, Frozen, Freezer, four stereoscopic portraits from the Mirror in the Bathroom series and a small scale preview of Islands of the Blessed.
*The David Roberts Foundation, London - 2007
BOB was exhibited along with works by Antoney Gormley, Anselm Kiefer, Gerry Judah, Hyungkoo Lee and the Boyle Family at The David Roberts Foundation.
It is was first show by The David Roberts Foundation at its new space in Great Titchfield Street.