I am a text-based artist that is interested in creating a narrative that blurs the line between the subjective and the objective. My work is a combination of anecdotes, media, and fiction, and by interweaving these types of storytelling I create worlds that exist in liminal spaces of material cultures.
These texts manifest in performance, projection, posters, and poetry, all existing in an instant and under exact circumstances, and then never truly re-experienced. Small spaces, demands of interaction, and far too much over-sharing force an intimacy between me and the audience in a desire for understanding.
My work is permeated by a sense of nostalgia, recreating memories that never existed and conversations that never happened. I am interested in the politics of taking up space, and the spaces in-between public and private; coded love letters on the internet and whispers into pillows.
Achievements & Experience
I have exhibited at the Queer Arts Festival in London and Aarhus, Denmark, and participated in a residency program with Himherandit. I presented my dissertation findings on the aesthetics of graffiti in revolution at the University of the West of England's Undergraduate Symposium and will be continuing my research this year in the Art and Politics MA at Goldsmiths.