Avanti (2009) Wood, paint and marble. 50 x 30 x 12 cm.
Hell is Other People (2009) Ceramic, wood, formica. Series of 7 sculptures is 90 x 60 x 100cm.
Each heap of text is a quotation from a patient diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Hung Sentence (2010) Porcelain Installation approx: 400 x 90 x 10cm.
Installation emits atonal music when played as a percussion instrument
Riddrie Vogue (2004) 25 x 25 x 14 cm.
Image shows sculpture in beehive being altered by the insects.
Tirrenia (2009) Foundation beeswax. 70 x 50 x 15cm.
Uberty (2010) Terracotta, marine organisms in glass tank. 80 x 40 x 12cm.
Sculpture after being submerged in sea for 2 years.
As an artist I employ a range of techniques in research-based practice, often re- contextualising materials, methods and tools from other fields. I make work that is transient or ephemeral, relying on natural processes such as the action of insects or the elements to alter the final form of sculpture. I document such projects at different stages in their development or deterioration. Drawing on Deleuze and Guattari’s rhizome theory, my current practice tries to unite disparate images and ideas that strike me as connected; and I try to create site-specific happenings around sculptural objects that coalesce diverse memories and associations.