My visual art practice is relative to numerous 'typologies' - (mixed and multi media - lens based/sound/installation). Recent work addresses states of 'in-betweeness' and 'liminality', relative to landscape and the architectural/ urban environment. I present works that weave together notions of loss and lament, by exploring the ambiguous and allusive qualities that manifest (physically and psychologically) in the intersection between space, place, mobility and memory. Border’s, hinterlands, thresholds (architectural proximities and adjacencies) are a recurring theme, where the past, present and future are conflated, mediating on paradoxes between materiality and the evanescence – alluding to uncertainties and anxieties of our time - a temporal and ephemeral metamorphic.
I am currently exploring “future imaginaries and potential virtues” (Brady & Collins 2013) and where nature and the coast are concerned, using the Fylde Coast ‘hinterland’ for interrogation and inspiration, and consequently have been selected for Leftcoast/ACE Express funding, for artistic development and sustainment. (National and European visit’s for research and development - ArtCop21 Paris, Dec. 2015).