My practice seeks to question subjectivity and objectivity in relation to human existence. I employ language and text in my exploration of this dichotomy, and in doing so indulge a fascination with the strengths, weaknesses and intricacies of these as communicative tools.
My work finds me recurrently questioning the subtleties of interaction and communication that permeate human existence aswell as analysis of iconography, social constructs and ingrained philosophies. I am as interested in the grand narratives that underpin our being as I am the trivialities and frustrations of daily subsistence.
Apparent in my practice is a desire to define and establish some sort of justification for my own purpose within an ever expanding sea of nothing, and it is this dynamic and uncertain position that provides the starting point for much of my work.