`My art practice revolves around the exploration of space as a palimpsest of meanings, and an archive of intimacy shaped by memories, real and imagined. There is an archival impulse in my work in that I am attracted to material and textual traces of the past and seek to give physical form to their presence, absence, distortion or displacement. This probably stems from my academic background in history; however I do not seek to import some model of objectivity into art but instead use the language of art to visually explore the fluidity of the real.
I currently work across mediums to investigate mental states and identity as these evolve in spaces and history. I do a lot of site-responsive work engaging with the investigation of the River Thames as a liquid archival space. The first outcome of this investigation was the “London Rocks” installation in the Creative Histories conference, University of Bristol, 2017.