What Ron Haselden has made is a contingent way of knowing as an object, but what it conjures is the subject
who asks in the first place. It’s this subject that fills the room, locates itself in space, rises and drops. It is a
happy coming together of a way of asking and a way of knowing, and the sustained suspension of the
consistency of the self that this requires. Haselden’s work quietly and persistently transforms the facts of the
world and the facts of the strings of thought into a monument to the bodily subject who asks.

-  Tim Martin, London, September 2008

Ron Haselden appears courtesy of Domo Baal Gallery