Let's go through this again
Crucial bonds within the family system can be both repressive and comforting, intimate family scenes, meeting and converging, teetering on the dysfunctional; such moments are threaded throughout the piece.
Presenting a sense of domestic
co-dependency, the work aims to pragmatically capture the complexities and
subtleties of interpersonal relationships.
A construction of autobiographical material presented as a life sized
projection and sound installation; exploring how audio, composition and
performance can be harnessed to allow insight into the private as an immersive
School of Humanities
MA Photography, 2017
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By experimenting with the role of mutual physical movement through mimicry I question the status of the self that inevitably penetrates all family dynamics. Through carefully staged re-enactments I flesh out the ambivalent nature of the family unit, both intimate yet restrictive.
Through performance, moving image and sound I aim to describe the primary maternal relationship, exploring ideas of identity, free-will and memory, using psychoanalysis as a platform to scrutinise the formative parent/child relationship.
- BA Contemporary Media Practice, University of Westminster, 2006
- Artist residency, School of Visual Arts, NYC, 2016.
- #windows187, London, 2017. A Journey of Roots, School of Visual Arts, NYC, 2016. Telling Tales, Liverpool Biennial Fringe, Liverpool, 2016. RCA Stewarts Law Secret, London, 2016. RCA Secret Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2016.
- Artist Talk, Leicester School of Art, De Montfort University, Leicester, 2017.
- Are you lost? zine, 2016