BA (Hons) Fine Art
Throughout my degree, my creative practice has revolved around notions of interiority, containment and absence, using the vessel tradition as a vehicle with which to question object authority and convention and explore the intricate social histories of objects.
I am increasingly interested in the role that the vessels void plays in our lives and histories, how it aids and enables existence and the metaphysical complexities of such spaces. My work lies at the intersections of artefact and artifice, of object and image, attempting to articulate and mediate our dialectical relationship with emptiness through presence.
I now find myself graduating from Norwich University of the Arts with an artistic practice deeply rooted in research and writing which has enabled me to greatly improve my communication and organisational skills, while also expanding my knowledge and competence in drawing, sculpture and digital art.