I use a variety of different processes to explore the space in-between people, objects, materials and places. I am interested in the ways in which art can function as a focus tool or punctuation mark, by drawing our attention back to the present moment in order to question how we navigate our environment.
Things are rarely finished, but rather in a state of pause. A playful combination of materials and structures get flipped upside down, turned inside out, climbed on and touched. Paintings get worn and objects are reassembled as form questions function. Gradually recurring forms, materials, structures and symbols build up to form a means of abstract communication – language, people and landscape intertwine.