I work with paint, print, textile, sculpture, natural dyes and found objects to create artwork which reveals characteristics of the obscure. This year I have been looking at differing perspectives and our desire to sense and understand beyond our bodily limitations. My research material includes non-neurotypical perception, microscopes and endoscopes and animism. Bringing together human and environmental science, technology, philosophy and anthropology, this interdisciplinary approach is something I strive for in my artmaking process. My degree show outcomes are derived from the methodologies of the Shaman, the role of the four elements, the four directions and totems in their rituals.