I am a multidisciplinary, self-taught artist. I draw, paint, collage and collect, make interventions and site-specific installations.
My artistic practice takes shape alongside long-term, thoroughly documented research projects, following themes of social alienation, personal boundaries, ambiguity and subversion of the ‘common sense’. Each of my projects amasses a large collection of two and three dimensional work, as well as multiple notebooks and journals, which I sometimes exhibit.
A large part of my art practice is scavenging and regenerating. My particular interests are collecting, preservation, memory, mortality, sense of self, and identity. I am overly concerned with collating and categorising, fixating on partitioning the ‘collections’ of my interests, expressed as an extension of my self, and therefore, my own identity.