What a tight ring leaves
On the ground, the bones of things.
Facing an open window, a basket sieve hangs low and exposed, wobbling when the wind hits it.
Text sticks and pulls away from the wall. The words might speak of the way we grow attached to objects.
Also how we wrestle with them.
In the corner, a pair of wax stools and accompanying them:
an open jar of lip balm
and a sponge floating in its own little world.
School of Arts & Humanities
MA Sculpture, 2019
The things I make want to levitate, to be released. My role is to allow or forbid it.
- Visiting tutor, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, 2018; Workshop leader, 'Testing Ground' at Zabludowicz Collection, 2019; Hambidge Creative Fellow, Hambidge Center, USA, 2018
- We can only have fun on certain days, Stour Space, London 2019; so sweet and so cold, Hockney Gallery, London, 2019; Look at the Mess You’ve Made, Hockney Gallery, London, 2019; Zoo, Hockney Gallery, London, 2019; Sleep and the Unconscious, 7 Wigmore Street, London, 2018; WIP Show, The Royal College of Art, London, 2018
- Villiers David Travel Award 2018, Gilbert Bayes Award 2019