BA (Hons) Fine Art
My work aims to explore the nature of interaction through painting. My recent work involves using the ‘act of painting’ as an input method to create digitally generated cut-up poetry and images.
I use cut fragments, pieces taken away from their original context and placing them in a new setting to make my works. By connecting multiple fragments together, each ‘piece’ is able to apply its own isolated narrative but is also able to interact with any number of other fragments to make new narratives within its new context.
I often treat the making process as a game, applying rules and limitations. This process of cause and effect is something I particularly enjoy exploring in my work.
Awarded the Vernon Crowther Prize for Fine Art 2022