In Friend’s works these have been variously described as windows; as auditory membranes; as acknowledgements of architecture; as responses to literature and to life itself. These fluid expanses of muted muteness invite interpretations of liminality. The equivocal nature of their forms insinuates processes of becoming as well as those of dissolution. - Pat Hoffle AM, November 2020
In a return to a most poignant medium to convey his experience, Stolen Unknown is Clinton Naina's latest collection of works. Clinton blends found objects and materials which hold cultural significance and personal importance with White King bleach to record stories of stolen culture, family, country and language.