Working across drawing, sculpture, film, installation and painting, Barnaby uses familiar iconography such as the humble Apple, to subvert the telling of ancient cautionary tales within a contemporary context. Whether using shops, apples, flowers or words, throughout his work, Barnaby holds up a mirror to society, prompting us to look again and reflect upon inequalities, obsessions and systems of belief.
Barnaby's love letter to the humble yet mighty fruit.
Barford's Giant Apple installed in Holland Park.
A selection of recent Word Drawings exhibited at FOG 2022 and the ChicagoEXPO OVERRIDE Billboard Project.
Through sculptures and drawings, Barford uses his obsession with The Apple to explore our incessant need for MORE.
The Tower of Babel, comprising 3000 Bone China London Shops and standing 6m tall installed at the V&A in London, 2015.