'Greg Eason's practice deals with a formal and conceptual dissection of space. His meticulously detailed and characteristically sparse drawings and paintings isolate and monumentalise narrative fragments and translate this into a microscopic frame. Objects become rendered as intricate miniature components within a vast negative space- creating an uneasy sense of depth and scale. His works often depict isolated characters gazing into some far-off yet imminent unspecified void. Objects are also presented as symbols- eggs and skulls are recurring motifs. The ideas explored within his practice comment upon mortality, spirituality, life, nature and the history of mankind.'