I am concerned with ideas of the existential or futile, particularly in relation to ideology, communication and progress. My work addresses failure and disappointment, in a variety of ways, often referring to cultural or political history. Sometimes the work performs failure, by deliberately malfunctioning or miscommunicating, and other times it has a metaphorical or allegorical relationship to the subject matter.
My work is often temporary, ephemeral or temperamental. Unpredictability, experimentation and the possibility of failure are very much a part of the process. Recently, my work has been predominantly sculptural, but I have a varied practice – encompassing video, audio, performance, found objects, images and text.
I often work on a combination of pieces, often featuring some durational or animated elements, and I also undertake work outside of gallery spaces, simultaneously with exhibition work. My offsite projects involve public interventions, anonymous sculptures, barely visible images or incidentally encountered moments.