Through drawing, collage, print, stitch and found object assemblage, my work is centred around integrally connected notions of memory, time and language. The work continues and diverts the effect of time on matter with lengthy processes which weigh a touching absurdity against precarious outcomes.
Domestic household or clothing materials, and discarded objects are worked on with readily available, functional products, over lengthy time in a response to the dehumanising speed of contemporary living. The materials both hold and suggest traces of memory.
Single words, fraught with misinterpretation, communicate the difficulty and hilarity of making oneself understood through language and point to
I have been a practising artist for over 30 years since graduating from Chelsea in 1988.