My work is concerned with the synthesis of unlikely elements. Using objects, textiles, song, conversation and magazine cuttings which resonate with me on some level, I create works which move fluidly between different media. Often materials used have had a previous life such as wooden panels previously part of furniture or embroidered fabric which has become moth-eaten, hence devoid of its original function. I am interested in the disintegration of objects and materials over time and how through my intervention they can come to exist as part of something new.

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Recent Project

'Cabinet of Curiosities' at Modern Art Oxford

 Q & A on Modern Art Oxford Blog

Recent Solo Exhibition:

'I wish my hair was as long as yours' brochure includes 'Somewhere Else' an essay by Dr Stephanie Straine

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