Architectural / Monumental / Relief
Installation / Land / Site-specific
My practice ranges from drawing and print to sculptures, site-specific installation, public and private commissions and environmental projects.
My aim is to shift implied perceptions, engage with sensory experience and challenging the viewers’ sense of an orderly world.
My work engages with the fragility of human existence and questions the imaginary orders rooted in the collective imagination. I create a different version of reality by defamiliarizing the state of structures and everyday objects and investigate what form and space communicates beyond the visible. With my work I explore the tension between the representational surface and the real world, and the visual illusion generated by the interplay of the two perceptual experiences.
I recently worked and am still involved, alongside established artists, in the environmental project ‘HABITAT’, funded by Art Council UK and coordinated by Surrey Hills Arts in collaboration with: University of Surrey, Surrey Wildlife Trust, RHS and Reclaim Network.
Environmental art projects allow me to combine my keen interest in observing and researching the natural world, my emotional involvement with Climate Change and my passion for art.