Art making provides space for creating solutions to enduring problems, whatever these may be.
My art primarily explores sensory and emotional experience arising from everyday life, especially the lives of women.
I am interested in representing feelings produced by incidental, transient intersections. For example, the way light passes through a conversation; the colour of time as we pause for thought; the shape of emotion arising from a passing memory, or the simultaneous beauty and destruction of discarded plastic.
In my art making process historical chronology is often disordered and reordered, aesthetic codes are disregarded and rearranged, binaries are recognised and ignored; abstract and figurative are entangled, subjects become objects in a dissipation of the knowing self.