Tom Bull makes sculptures in the absurd attempt to capture the lived experience within these strange, dark and untrustworthy times. Through a landscape of folk horror, the rural and modernity, Bull investigates the tension and slippage between fiction and representation, violence and sensitivity, truth and mythology. With a wide range of tools and materials borrowed from architecture, model making, carpentry, interior design, film, farming and forestry, Bull employs a performative practice that questions and experiments with traditions, time periods, authenticity, morals, environments, lore and genre. In his most recent work, Bull investigates and questions ‘country life’, by confronting personal and collective issues around land, nostalgia, community, wealth, labour, violence as well as boundaries.