School of Arts & Humanities
MA Sculpture, 2019
I work across (clashing) genres and although one cannot pinpoint where my practice lies, there are themes that distinguish it. I like to “denude” my audience of their various “human layers”, and push their limits and my own, through vulnerability and games of authority; I often “ravage” time and space through sound. I consider the human body to be a live sculpture, constantly producing millions of sounds and externalising them, and by extension this makes most of my practice sculpture-related. I utilise spaces and situations in wait of an invisible network of narratives to assemble. In this regard, the outcome has an element of indeterminacy related to the conjunctions of elements. I focus on the culture and auto-fiction and I re-create cultures or subcultures. I see my sculptures as social experiments with aesthetics and sound.
- MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art; BA Fine Art, Goldsmiths University, London
- Project Manager, Artistic Director, Curator at Saline Permanent Public Sculture Residency, Ermioni & Porto Cheli
- TO CAMP (May 2018), Centre d' Art Contmporain, Geneve (MAMCO); Saline Residency(August 2018) Permanent Public Sculpture, Ermioni & Porto Cheli Greece; Sisyphus 20.18 (May-August 2018), Museum of Contemporary Art 台北當代藝術館, MOCA, Taipei; Solo Show (April-May 2018), Hd Kepler Platform, Athens Greece; Digital Body: New Media Art (June 2017), CICA Museum, South Korea