Justin Clark is a craftsman who for the most part works with establishments. In a quest for new strategies to 'peruse the city', Clark concentrates on the thought of 'open space' and all the more particularly on spaces where anybody can do anything at any given minute: the non-private space, the non-exclusive space, space that is monetarily uninteresting. His practice gives a helpful arrangement of figurative devices for moving with a pseudo-moderate approach in the realm of establishment workmanship: these fastidiously arranged works reverberate and resound with pictures separated from the fantastical domain of creative ability. By putting the viewer on the wrong track, he makes work in which an interest with the clarity of substance and an uncompromising state of mind towards theoretical and insignificant workmanship can be found. The work is reserved and methodical and a cool and unbiased symbolism is utilized. His works are regularly about contact with building design and essential living components. Vitality (warmth, light, water), space and scene are analyzed in more subtle ways and in some cases grew in silly ways. With an unpretentious moderate methodology, he tries to make meets expectations in which the genuine occasion still needs to happen or simply has finished: minutes suggestive of air and tension that are not some piece of an account string. The dramatization develops somewhere else while the construct up of pressure is solidified to turn into the memory of an occasion that will never happen. His works are given disgraceful capacities: implications are inversed and shape and substance consolidate. Shapes are separated from their unique significance, by which the framework in which they regularly capacity is uncovered. At first unambiguous implications are smashed and scatter interminably.