This blog aims to document and reflect on my art practice as the work is developing. It is a space where writing, research, ideas and images come together.
My art practice is interdisciplinary in nature and cuts across media, straddling the domains of sculpture and performance, live and the recorded image, print and photography, process and participation, research and writing.
Work is often triggered by a phenomenological approach to the processes and lived experiences of my body.
Time, transformation and decay are often employed to create and sometimes destroy the work.
I am currently working with digestive system as metaphor and material to explore the creative process and how we create our sense of self.
Essentially, I make images and experiences, which are both visceral and narrative, in which the audience/participants are forced to confront a real continual present.
Implicit in my work is a dialogue about time and being… being made, making and becoming.