My work explores the art of being human. Specific concerns of my practice are process and materials – from considered choice of materials through to the process of making. Aesthetic considerations tend to reflect a muted colour palette or neutral tones. I use a range of materials in my practice to create anthropomorphic organic forms.
My installations explore metaphoric space, and play with the push and pull between the conscious and the unconscious. The intention is for my work to be open to viewer interpretation, offering individual connection through the action of looking and seeing, where my work can hold meaning that is personally relevant to them. The choice to use both ethereal and earthy materials facilitates the reveal and conceal, reflecting the unseen, felt elements of the unconscious.
I am open to explore new techniques, mediums and materials to incorporate into my practice. The current focus of my creative development is to work responsively, creating site-specific installations.