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I take a melodramatic and surreal approach to social critique. 

Decay, deterioration and neglect are central themes of my practice. Colour typically provides a metaphor for conflict.   

I am intrigued by the idea that societal progression entails a continual cycle of renewal and obsolescence. I envision the worker artisan to be navigating a wasteland of discarded appliances and unfashionable ideas as they battle obsolescence by continual self-assessment and reinvention. 

My work attempts to pit artistic autonomy against the neoliberal and utilitarian; where the neoliberal environment demands an artist asserts their usefulness in order to survive. 

I have recently exhibited installation works at the Florence Centre for Contemporary Art, Water Tower Art Fest, Sofia, and the Royal Art Academy Stockholm. I have recently participated in screenings at The Bomb Factory, London and Wellington Underground Film Festival.


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