Susan Cahill

Any Chance?
My work illustrates my passion for horse racing and the content generated by it in the wider public domain, namely the printed medium of newspaper. Used as the most basic aid in trying to read a race and studying the form, I have decided to incorporate it into my practice as the printed word I use shows the large volume of opinions written in the build up to a race, particularly in anticipation of the big meetings. The use of the colours of the silks of the eventual winning horse and jockey splashed over these race predictions highlights the nature of probability and chance predominant in the sport and the desire to try and forecast these outcomes.