Degree: BA Fine Art
University: Central Saint Martins
Graduation Year: 2020
Informed by the relationship between the natural and technological worlds, between the distant past and the uncertain future; my practice contains a messy intricacy of mysterious forms and organisms, which often do not fully unveil themselves. Working across painting, printmaking, sculpture, image making and textiles. My interests and research relate to the current geological age, in particular, human-related technological advancements and climate change. Recognising the uncanny contrast between the two and how they are both testing the grounds of what it means to be human. My practice has been a devised tool in which to unravel this into more depth; imagining and interpreting our position in an Anthropocentric world, admidst a possible sixth mass extinction, allowing me to understand my position in the current climate, creating my own stories, narratives and worlds that represent cultural truths and human meanings.