Art, Space And Wellbeing
My work is socially engaged and multi disciplinary often taking the form of installation. Small scale studio work informs larger public works that celebrate the uniqueness of communities and common threads of humanity.
Central to my practice is the connection between our everyday environments, actions and daily rituals and how they affect wellbeing.
Contrasts in scale and light are core to my working practice which derives from my background in theatre design and production. Scale models are used to develop the work in the environmental context before moving on to the larger works. I consider this part of the process as a reflection of the impact the minute has on the massive.
The space I work with can be both physical and non physical. Communication, interaction and the sense of wellbeing generated during collaboration is the art that is created. Any resulting product is only a part of the art experience.