London based - BA Hons Fine Art - Central Saint Martins
During the copying process, discarded data births new beings. Pixels arise, glitches evolve, mass accumulates, negative space is realised, positive space vanishes and the immediate surroundings manifest into the outcome.
My practice studies the interstice at which the departure from original to copy occurs, whilst exploring the presence of the artefacts accumulated; their ability to derail readings of the original and produce an assertion of self in the newly copied object.
The act of ‘decreation’ in order to evolve is central to my practice, often employing cyclical acts of deconstruction and reassembly until new forms are conceived. Fast, reproduction processes and a response to the work's location determine their outcome, allowing integration of material and forms to create new narratives and relations amongst each other and their surroundings.