“There’s a deep corner of the lonely forest, where time is still and space shared with all, a space so camouflaged by the dark and the light it easily escapes notice. Yet when the time is taken there is a kind of discussion that occurs inside, an internal discourse stirred by the drama of the parallels / oppositions conveyed in the work. This erratic force integrates into a post-industrious natural scape of material deterioration and interdependent autarchy, which if willing can torment, inspire, and surprise.” RFK
A multi-form practice traversing performance / installation, sculpture / weaving, video / poetry forms RFK's multi-sensory art works.
Exhibited in both sculpture and performance at the 2016 Lorne Sculpture Biennale, RFK's poetic sculpture "Shed" was the winner of the Democracy Award; granting him a Solo Exhibition at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka.
RFK’s arts works have reached audiences through exhibitions, festivals, galleries and residences. Previous installations include "#integration" White Night Melbourne 2015 and "Paper or Plastic" at Fehily Contemporary in 2014.