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I make immersive, disorientating, otherworldly installations and costumes; mythic representations of my world view. Inhabited by a creature that is neither human nor alien, real or imaginary, these glowing environments and tactile costumes bend the fragile boundaries of our perceived reality.In my work I want to make familiar things unfamiliar, to remove the normal life experiences, from familiar associations, to turn it over and to displace it. I would like to give everyday experiences a new meaning, to change the way we perceive the things around us.
I have graduated in MFA Fine Art at the Goldsmiths University of London in 2020. I have exhibited my work nationally and internationally. I am a II Winner of the Sunny Art Prize 2020. I have been shortlisted for Harvest Short Film 2019, Batsford Prize Award 2019 and 2017 and Visual Art Open Prize 2018. Aspex Gallery Portsmouth has nominated me to the shortlist for Platform Graduate Award 2017 and Best Visual Artist Guide Award Portsmouth 2019 and 2018. I have completed the four-month residency project at Southampton Solent University in February 2020, two-month residency project at Aspex Gallery in January 2018 and a two-month residency at Space/Sticks Gallery in Fareham in July 2018.
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