What I Do
My practice has repetitive characteristics within a free-form random approach.
These methods have expanded both my physical and mental boundaries, breaking away from purely visual limitations, helping me move away from the restrictions of 2D towards a new direction involving installation art.
I am currently investigating the use of some new, although familiar, media into my art using thin threads and sewing needles.
I am facing the challenge to break the concept that materials such as these are often associated with the more tradition kitsch or mundane roles of women in society.
These experiments are abstract, highly detailed and often contain numerous unplanned lines and threads which are strikingly distant from my previous works.
Who I Am
MA Fine Arts, University of Brighton (Current)
BA Hons, Fine Art, University of Kent
Residences in Brazil and Italy
Express News, Spanish Edition, Oct 2016
Most Works in Private Collections
- March 2019, HOPE IS MAYBE, St. Canisius, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany
- November & December 2018, HOPE IS MAYBE,OTH, Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule, Regensburg, Germany
- October 2018 to April 2019 Hope is maybe, Hochschule für Philosophie, Munich, Germany
- September & October 2018, HOPE IS MAYBE, Gasteig, Munich, Germany
- June 2018, HOPE IS MAYBE, Gemeinschaftsunterkunft – Jesuit Refugee, Munich, Germany
- May 2018 Hope is Maybe, Flughafen Munich, Germany #hopeismaybe
- April 2018 Fusion IV, Candid Arts Trust, London
- July 2017 In The Dock, Historic Dockyard, Chatham
- June 2017 (Solo) Not Belonging, West Kent College, Tonbridge
- October 2016 Speak Don’t Speak, Underdog Gallery, London
- June 2016 In The Dock, Historic Dockyard, Chatham
- May 2015 Encountering Otherness, Nucleus Arts, Chatham
- March 2015 Cabinet of Curiosities, Maidstone Museum