MA Fine Art
I produce sculptures and assemblages that attempt to capture fragments of what feels like a time of constant flux.
The inception of my works often begins on the streets. I’ll pick up discarded or forgotten objects chanced upon via the same loose processes of drift and discovery adopted by generations of urban wanderers.
ACCIDENTAL PRAXIS is a sculpture series which, through sinuous networks, seeks to reference growing involvement in grounding/earthing practises.
On a broader level, I hope to reflect the shifting attitudes of a generation growing weary with entrenched, entropic individualism, one which is starting to recognise the need for both collective consciousness and practise, to effect urgently needed change.
Take the wire in your hands and feel the universal thrum.