Between body and memory my work is devoted to the impermanence of space and being. By constant change, decay and migration the concrete of everyday life inspire my work to be processed to exist with a cosmological significance through sculpture, sound and video inside a micro situation.
It draws on the act of translation/transferring specific surroundings/sound to explore the mechanisms of displacement, the construction of identity and to interrogate the creative process.
Text and words (vocalisation) are important as meditation upon the blurred relationship between autonomy and dependence.
Sound has a significant part in my practice and it holds itself as a palpable mist, tangible but yet out of reach and yet to be understood, whether it's muted, ambient, defined, white noise, vocalisation, feral, mechanical-a group of vibrations of this kind; a thing that can be heard...?
At the core of my practice one can say that I work as a detective, interrogating and exploring the environments surrounding me, both immediate and at distance or virtual. As the ‘detective’ I source the personal and the historical, the urban and the native, in past and present merging these alleys into an archive or a system of sculpture, sound and video.
I am interested in creating a dialogue between those unlike but familiar elements surrounding us both culturally, socially and matter, sometimes fiercely incompatible or precarious when combined.