My practice investigates a dialogue between person and space, object and context, or artist and studio. By engaging with work and space in a more curatorial role, I begin to explore notions of being an artist, an art enthusiast and an observer. Through this I question how art is made and challenge my own hesitancy towards creating works.
By presenting space as both a gallery and a studio I create playful, self-referential art. Materials and aesthetics do not define the work, and this helps me avoid my practice becoming a singular, monotonous activity. The work shows itself as an investigation as opposed to a statement.