My work explores the role of memory and childhood as a means of expression for the individual, group, and the wider context of society.  With influences as diverse as Andrea Leria and Yayoi Kusama, memories are reimagined from both implicit and expected forms. I have long been captivated by the sense of importance placed upon our memories and childhood. The emphasis and sense of belonging that connect us to them seems almost futile and will inevitably be lost in the fullness of time. By creating new narratives the viewer is left with an epitaph to the experiences we all endure. 
All Our Memories Are Plastic -Figure 1
home installation
fabric sculpture (approx. 155 x 60 x 60 cm)
2020/21 
All Our Memories Are Plastic - Figure 2
home installation (detail)
fabric sculpture (approx. 165 x 90 x 60 cm)
2020/21
All Our Memories Are Plastic - Figure 3
home installation (detail)
fabric sculpture (approx. 150 x 60 x 60 cm)
2020/21
All Our Memories Are Plastic - Figure 4
home installation
fabric sculpture (approx. 150 x 60 x 60 cm)
2020/21
All Our Memories Are Plastic - Figure 5
home installation
fabric sculpture (approx. 150 x 60 x 60 cm)
2020/21
Documents of Daily Routine – A Collection of Moments
mixed media sculptures (teabags, metal) (approx. 18 x 5 x 24 cm)
2021
Documents of Daily Routine: Anxiety (3:14)
stop frame animation (tea prints on 300gm rag paper)
2021
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In Memoriam: Empty Spaces and Familiars!
Isolation Chorus
mixed media installation
2021
In Memoriam: Empty Spaces and Familiars!
Isolation Chorus
(detail)
mixed media installation
2021
In Memoriam: Empty Spaces and Familiars!
Isolation Chorus
(2:40)
mixed media installation
2021
In Memoriam: Empty Spaces and Familiars!
Strong Tea and Sympathy
mixed media installation
2021
In Memoriam: Empty Spaces and Familiars!
Trolley Walk

mixed media installation
2021
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