My interdisciplinary arts practice is contextualised against global issues of disconnection and a failure to recognise our intra-connected material states, impacting on political and ecological agency. My current work explores reorienting ‘negative’ space as connective; how turning to focus on the yields and connections between bodies and environments can set out a dynamic of object relations based on mutuality and collaboration. I work primarily across installation, sculpture, and text.


from rupture to relief

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