I explore different practices of archiving and photographic processes. I draw from archives and
produce them at the same time: acts of recording, storing, indexing, and redistributing are built
into my work.
The Peanut is a recurring subject in my work.
The simple line of its organic form and the inherent duality in the peanut, (two nuts in one shell)
acting as a metaphor for the conflict in the human character.
The Knots and Flora series (Drawings and Paintings), are meditations on time perception, the
layering of experience, obstruction, nostalgia, turmoil, and the charting of a personal chance
operation. Inclement Portraits.
My conceptually driven work interrogates the visual manifestations of our cultural ambivalence
towards the human body. My objects & images employ a variety of media including sculpture,
ceramics, photography, video & works on paper.
My work explores the basics and investigates the coexistence of nature and human structures
referencing visually indigenous shapes, modern houses and street graffiti, and conceptually
interested in the juxtaposition of these three worlds.