The main area of research in my practice is the construction of the female self in contemporary culture. I look into familiar objects raising these questions: how is the female body represented and idealized in Western contemporary societies? What are the interactions between feminine identity and the domestic environment?
The appropriation of materials and objects of everyday life is essential to the composition of my installations. When I use such materials, I am not faithful to their original purpose. I am particularly interested in exploring the tension that arises when using cold, synthetic materials to discuss the human body and the intimate development of the self.
The process of making involves simple everyday gestures like pouring a liquid, hanging a towel/garment or placing an object on a shelf. This replication of familiar, intimate moments is intentionally apparent in the finished work, nothing is hidden.
Solo Show - "Sweeter Than Candy On A Stick ", 67 Great Titchfield Street, Soho, London
Group Show - "The Mother of All Vices", 5th Base Gallery, London
Degree Show - Chelsea College of Art - MAFA Fine Art
Interim Show - Chelsea College of Art - MAFA Fine Art
Group Show - "Noiseless Matter", GRAD Gallery, London
Group Show - Raven Art Society, London
Group Show - "Eighteen Percent", Castor Gallery, Broome Street, New York
Solo Show - "Eleven", Battersea, London
Group Exhibition - "End of Year Show" at The Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Media and Design, London
Group Exhibition - "Exhibitionism", Commercial Road, London
Group Exhibition - HNC "End of Year Show" at Kensington and Chelsea College, Hortensia Gallery, London
Group Exhibition - "Not just a blank canvas" at Kensington and Chelsea College, Hortensia Gallery, London