Through my work I explore dualities: life and death, present and past, the fleeting moment and the eternal. For everyone, in order to bring the self into being, we are always on the boundary of these dichotomies, not wholly one or the other.

My work often features plants in conjunction with parts of the human body cut off from a posture at the moment, and this aims to evoke in the viewer a sense of experiencing two sides of something at a profound level, with sculpted works which have taken time to create.

As well as this, installations such as Touch are intended to momentarily destabilise our grasp of the real world. By interspersing works among the objects and material of everyday life the real and the ideal are mixed rather than contrasted, so that viewers are given a sense of the transience and ambiguity of the “real” world.




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