Disruption aims to explore the subtle disruptions that can occur within a strictly all white environment. The composition draws inspiration from 16th century dutch 'vanitas' style of still life painting. 'Vanitas' paintings explore the meaninglessness of life and unavoidable certainty of death through symbolic objects. Essentially they depict time, our lack of it on earth and how it can be taken away at any moment. Disruption strips all objects of any further meaning by removing all colour and creating a monotone arrangement. It aims to push the 'vanitas' futile concept of time by exploring and diminishing a scene allowing disturbances to occur within what appears to be a formal arrangement. A narrative of sorts Disruption allows the objects to inform the narrative of the work.