Tell us a little about yourself and your practice!
In much of my practice, I am addressing the ways in which landscapes and structures are activated by those that use/inhabit it. Through the wide means of installation, sculpture, print and video, environments of varying scales collide. The domestic, polluted environments, precarious structures, symbols of utopias and dystopias, the body, all come together – making a fantasy over the reasons and motives for making space.
So…where are you heading and what’s in the pipeline for you?
Most of my projects have been curtailed due to the pandemic, it means I’ve been able to take more time to consolidate what’s coming up. I’m currently producing a new solo exhibition with Newcastle’s Slugtown Gallery, which is about to open up a new space in Shieldfield. Moving toward the next year, I’m also beginning to make work for both an international biennale and my second solo show with Lungley Gallery in London.