Embracing the queer qualities of nature, my work explores interconnectedness and change through found and salvaged materials and objects.
Acknowledging our impact on the world and recognising circularity through methods of making is central to my practice. Abandoned objects become sculptures and installations, reclaiming their place in the world, seen and existing in their own right.
Seeking out abandoned spaces in cities and observing the transformative actions of natural processes inspires my own curiosity and playfulness. Through varied media – wood, metal, photography, video and performance – I explore the parallels between queerness and forgotten and discarded places and things, celebrating uniqueness and sameness.