The anxiety of growing up in a wild place, at the base of an active volcano intensely linked my emotional memory with my sense of place.
My work is interdisciplinary, using mainly sculpture, painting, and printmaking to explore the relationships of object, environment, and perception. These ideas are explored through the collection and processing of personal memory, loose fictions, and materials sourced from environments I come into contact with. The volatile combination of the media I use in my practice yields chance imagery and an overlay of marks and texture, retaining the memory of object and place that are overwritten with time. Actions and relationships are visible and remembered, while operating within a world of decay, regeneration, alchemy, and deception.