My practice is a process of shedding the figurative in an image, exploring emotions surrounding intimacy and touch by reducing subjects to a minimal number of marks. The outcome is something that’s been manipulated and devolved, as I seek to represent the emotion of the image in its simplest visual form. After experiencing a bereavement in 2021, my art practice became a conceptual space for me to navigate my grief and its overwhelming effects. As a result, the Sublime has become a prominent theme in my work, exploring obscurity through abstraction of the landscape and creating depth through colour and texture, resulting in shapeless infinities.

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b. 1990

Lives and works in London

 

Education

2010-2013 

UCL Slade School of Fine Art

BFA Fine Art

 

2009-2010

Chelsea College of Art & Design

Foundation Diploma in Art & Design

 

 

Awards

2011-2013

Thomas Scholarship

Slade Committee of Scholarships and Prizes

 

Publications

2014

ULTRA-FEMINISM

Roodkapje Rot(t)terdam

 

Press

2013

Q&A: Slade Artists Do It Better

UCL Blog

 

Exhibitions/Projects

2015

All About She

OwlStand

 

2014

The Day Job - An exhibition of Gallery Assistants' work

Hoxton Basement, London

July 2-3

 

Sex

15Folds.com

April

 

2013

Duet: The 5th Annual Slade/UCL Art Museum Collaboration

UCL Art Museum

 

BA/BFA Degree Show

UCL Slade School of Fine Art

 

2011

Heal's Artists In Residence

 

2010

Assistant to artist Alison Gill

Part of  'Off The Clock' exhibition

The Mile End Art Pavilion