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My practice is essentially a sculptural one that is informed by architecture and it's impact on the human form. I move between making small scale objects and larger scale interventions that create direct physical relationships with the viewer and the surrounding environment.


These installations and interventions are often temporary and fleeting, dependent on site-specific cues. I enjoy the 'in the moment' activation of space and like directing the objects in response to the space or site I am working in.


I use a range of resistant and malleable materials - wood, fabric, plaster and found materials to create forms that disrupt a sense of order and balance. Each piece

conveys ideas and sensations activated in the body as it inhabits or moves through a place or space, forging relationships to scale, form, light, surface, gender, history and place.


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