An Invention p.20, 2019, ink and pastel on paper.
An Invention p.43, 2018, linocut print on paper.
An Invention p.83, 2019, pencil and gouache on paper.
An Invention is a full re-working of HG Wells’ The Time Machine, using the methods of Tom Phillips’ A Humument, to narrate the story of a WWI pilot who has an encounter with Sigmund Freud either before (or after) the Great War, in Vienna (or London).
Brian Baker has published creative and critical/creative works in E.R.O.S., An Anatomy of Chester, LUNE: a journal of literary misrule and Foundation. He teaches literature, film and creative writing at Lancaster University.