TRUE WHITE Polyphony of Space
The work addresses alternative perspectives to understanding what is to be human-in-the-world. The installations (glass, moving image, sound) and photographs reflect upon the ways in which we co-create our reality in relation to the environment.
I explore the levels of image augmentation with the intention to obscure and and reveal its representation and ask the viewer to assume the position where they question whether what they are seeing is real or imagined. Spatial and temporal choreography of created experiences resonates with the notion that our identity, memory and bodily encounters are held within the line of our movement.
School of Humanities
MA Ceramics & Glass, 2014
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The potentiality of my work addresses alternative perspectives and perceptions to understanding what is to be human-in-the-world. The installations (glass, moving image, sound) and photographs reflect upon the ways in which we co-create our reality in relation to the environment.
The focus of current work lies in experiential sculptural interventions and site responsive installations. Art projects that explore the space created by the tension between linear, traditional materials and nonlinear, hi-tech processes are my central interest.
- BA (Hons) Glass and Sculpture, University of Wolverhampton, 1999; Documentary Fim, KOS Ljubljana, 1996; BSc Ethnology, University of Humanistic Sciences, Ljubljana
- Creative partner, Treetop Media, London, 2000–present; Video editor, V&A, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1995–1996; Video field researcher, Ljubljana, Slovenia 1986–1996
- 7 Wetherby Gardens, Fitzgerald/Smith Collection, London, 2012; Open 2008, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, 2008; British Glass Biennale, Rusking Glass Centre, Stourbridge, 2008; From Left to Right, Eagleworks Gallery, Wolverhampton, 2008; 1000 Glass Miles, Gallerie bei Museum, Frauenau, Germany, 2007; International Glass Festival / Glass Biennale, Stourbridge, 2006
- Overall Winner and Best in Show, Open, West Midlands, 2008; Runner-up, Collaborations One / International Glass Bienale, Stourbridge, 2007; Selected, Patrick Rentyens Glass Painting Award, 1998
- New Glass Review, 100 important contemporary works in glass, Corning Museum of Glass, Vol. 31, 2009; 'Mytton Williams brands British glass festival', Design Week, July 2008; Carie Fertig, 'HI-Arts', Highland and Islan Arts, October 2008; Glass Bienalle, exhibition catalogue, 2008