In my work I question values, manipulating imagery and mediums to create objects and images that transcend their banal function and give the viewer a form of escapism.
All my projects come under the wider umbrella of society and how cultural change is perceived.
The struggle between fulfilling inner intuitive desires whilst maintaining a ‘civilised’ existence is something that I discuss through a variety of figurative and abstract visuals. With an awareness of society and its class differentiation becoming ever more present in a time of economic decline I question the effect of the celebration of new technology and consumerism on our sense of identity and freedom.
ARAF Collective, Fruitmachine, Clerkenwell, London, April 8th, 2013
‘Maya Parlor’ Proud Cabaret Brighton, Kemptown, April 10th, 2013
The Shag, Loopart Creekside Studios, Deptford, London, March 21st, 2013
Open House Brighton, Brighton Festival, May 1st- May 31st, 2013