My work comprises sculpture and installation, referencing ideas around production processes, consumption and the nature/culture dichotomy. My practice is directed by a playful, process-based approach in which the materials take the lead, predominantly using casts taken from everyday objects found in a domestic environment. Through a process of replication and material transformation, internal voids and structures become strange new objects, taken out of their everyday context they become symbol of modern life. The materiality of the resulting object is paramount; I use a variety of substances: jesmonite, plaster, resin and food products, selecting each material for its specific properties. 


Art + Design Gallery

School of Creative Arts

University of Hertfordshire


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