I am a London-based interdisciplinary artist working with fragments and detritus as an exploration of discomfort. I use artmaking to push at my boundaries – is this strange enough? Is it ugly enough? Has it gone on for long enough?

I create material and immaterial installations using ingredients such as household items, personal possessions, the spoken and written word, found footage, schematics, speech-to-text transcripts, screen captures, memories, and data.

I’m also interested in how different aspects of a thing create a new instance of that thing. And how to make new sense of those instances especially when they are fractured, disrupted, or interfere with each other.

The way I work is often in longitudinal series that start innocuously and end up developing an unstoppable momentum and unforeseen longevity – which is another form of unease.

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Writing

Minute moments

I have several fascinations: the Kennedy assassination, the Challenger disaster, Wallis Simpson, the moon landings, the Berlin Wall, just to get started. Being an artist means being able to explore these in approaches that are unique and meaningful to me. And that is a luxury considering my background as an Experience Designer where I had … Continue reading Minute moments

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