Humour, Irony and Celebration
Installation with the theme of 'Grand Celebration', a mixture of fairy tale, irony and non-existent objects.
School of Arts & Humanities
MA Painting, 2019
I usually bring everyday scenes to my paintings, changing the characters, adding grotesque, irony, fairy tales and humour. There’s a lot of drama going on in my work when all the linear, abstract and mixed-media elements merge together in the on-going theatrical chaos. I make my works on transparent fabric with silicone, and installations with plaster sculptures and ceramics.
- BA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, 2017
- 'Varieties of Disturbance', Shelf Spanish City, Newcastle, 2019; 'Wolves by the Road', Assembly House, Leeds, 2019; 'Rub The Bronze Dog’s Nose', Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2019; 'Splodge', Hockney Gallery, London,; 'We Can Only Have Fun on Certain Days', Warbling Collective, London, 2019; 'Nourishment', Guests Space, London, 2019; UJS Exhibition, London, 2018; 'More Life', Hockney Gallery, London, 2018; 'The Origin of Who', Kvadrat 16 Gallery, Copenhagen, 2018; 'Thumbnails', Hockney Gallery, London, 2018; 'We Are the Ones Vol I', Group Exhibition, Copenhagen, 2017
- Bloomberg New Contemporaries, 2019; Audrey Wykeham Prize, 2017