My practise revolves around space and materiality; two traditional components of art that are in some way deconstructed and then reassembled within the works that I make.
The works respond to each site; physically and structurally relying on the space. Forms that weave the shapes of the architecture into the room and divide space; altering the way that people physically move through it.
I use materials in a way that focuses on their physical properties, pigment that seems lush in blocks of colour, or jelly with a thick translucency and sugary smell.
The ingredients are colour and substance, deployed across a space that dictates form. Architecture itself being the canvas on which these fragmented paintings are constructed.