Consumption is central to my work. Mostly eating, but also the culture and habits around eating. Hinting at ‘you are what you eat’, my work analyses the similarities of our visceral, sensual selves, to food, packaging, and advertising. I merge these worlds,
similar to how our bodies amalgamate food and advertising into our bodies. My work has a slightly erotic tone, suggesting that our sexual and culinary desires are the same. Through materials of paint, nets, concrete, I tempt physical and tangible sensations. The materials contain their own meanings, alluding to mass production and the capitalising of goods as
well as the way I manipulate them to become pleasing .