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Portraits of Assemblage Creatures (2022)

A series of six collographs, with images made from everyday plastic waste, each with a frame made with reclaimed wood.

Esoterraria-p (2022)

Installation, in which a 12-hour participatory and durational performance took place

Medium: Reclaimed plastic tube from a previous exhibition, plastic waste that has been collected and cleaned over 1.5 years and 12 hours of visible labour.  

Size: 2 x 2 x 2 m

Dichotomy (2022)

Medium: Sculpture consists of a collograph on 300gsm Somerset smooth white paper and a ready-made loom

Size: 25 x 25 x 56 cm

Unstable Table (2022)

An installation, in use.

Medium: Reclaimed and offcut timber, new plywood, clamps

Size: 118 x 90 x 70cm

London (1998-2021)

A diptych, drafted in 1998, finished in 2020.

Medium: Acrylic on board

Size (framed): 62.5 x 62.5 cm each  


A selection of earlier printmaking work (2007-2015)

A selection of charcoal, acrylic, installation sketches (1996-ongoing)

Artist Statement

I'm a world-taught artist, learning from evening/weekend classes, art materials suppliers, fellow artists, beings, things and events of the world. My earliest works are paintings and sculptures, often, personal responses to events in life and observations of the mundane. I started printmaking at around 2007; it was tomato plants and waste materials that have finally inspired me into being an artist in 2020 and calling myself one in 2021. Formally trained as an engineer and as a healthcare designer (with research work on participatory speculative design), these disciplines remain an important part of my work - as points of departure and as points of reference.

Materially, I work in the medium of printmaking, installation and design-games and deliver research, workshops and happenings. Working with tomato plants and waste materials, we examine dominant narratives and explore signals of more-than-human care and belonging.