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Dark Space

Dark Space (Ultrasound, Fridge, Magnet) This work has become an investigative social experiment. I find a sense of hilarity in following the ritual of a pregnant woman, lovingly displaying my ultrasound of my empty uterus on the fridge, sharing it […]

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The sea, the sky, the eye, the ‘I’

As my ongoing exploration of ‘the fragment’ in my MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy course at Central Saint Martins, I have been working on some collages and montages in my studio. These are specifically related to the idea of the […]

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Non-binary creatives – Open Call

Submit work of any kind to be exhibited in a publication celebrating non-binary creatives! Deadline: April 15th 2021.

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Fallen camellias

I walk a familiar path to the local shops and railway station. For many years I have made this journey to and fro, passing by houses and flats where occupants move out and new ones move in; excited to explore […]

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Development of clay bodies & reflection

I was unsure where my work was going or what it was meaning in relation to how it comes across to the viewers. I contacted my peers/people outside of uni to get some help. I was told to reflect on […]

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The beholder

As predicted the making of artwork has been exceedingly slow and patchy over the last year, primarily because of my MRes studies but also of course impacted by this ongoing pandemic. Despite the issues we have all faced, I am […]

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Safe as Houses

  In August 2020 Aidan Moesby commissioned me to make work for the Thresholds Online Exhibition at MIMA as part of his DASH Curatorial Residency. I wrote this piece for Aidan to explain my work. I share it here as […]

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Enchant me

After what has felt a very long time I am back at Central Saint Martins to do the second part of my MRES Art: Theory and Philosophy course. This academic year is all about the final project – a 15000 […]

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Waiting at East Putney station

When we view things it is never a flat scene in front of us. We take for granted the layers of structures, nature and people, interweaving one behind the other, a constant change of positioning and shifting going on all […]

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Energy

Sometimes when fragments are drawn together, a kind of transformation takes place. The simple placement of things side by side and interweaved with each other creates a dynamic and centrifugal energy and out of this new possibilities can arise. Nature […]

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Offerings

It is lovely being back in the studio now that my studies have finished for the academic year. Then again, my research continues on, both in my practice and reading. During my lock-down walks I had been taking photographs of […]

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Chemical Reactions

I’ve been lucky enough to be given access to a garden over lockdown – I live in a small-ish two bedroom flat on the second floor, nice views of London but no garden space. Going out onto the streets to […]

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The Fragment

It has been a very long time since I’ve posted a blog on account of the Masters of Research degree I have been doing at UAL Central Saint Martins. Who would have thought all that has happened has happened and […]

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