Taking material from my everyday encounters, I make works that begin and end with the body, seasoned with existential narratives and fuzzy invocations of idolatry, the apparatus and more. Interiors of space surrounded by exterior shells or skins that harness a bodily inference. This is the recurring theme in my practice.
These productions strive to connect and project experience through the lineage of the material I use. My humble paid labour within an art school supplies me with a daily sampling of leftover offcuts and discarded 'waste' materials, which serve as a kind of data set. I treasure and repurpose stuff, regarding it with the imagined and physical traces of locality, exertions and interactions. This material emphasis, is for me at the very centre of my practice, coalescing and layering to capture stretches of my experiences and labours. In the end I create casements, fluctuating between the poetic and pragmatic; between relic and reliquary.