Welded steel scrap fenceposts from the valley floor.
Ungulate is a site specific work made in the Centennial Valley, Montana, during my artist residency at the Taft Nicholson Centre - Utah University's Environmental Humanities field centre.
Maquette For Metamorphose
Plaster, straw, wire, spray paint
This maquette was a preliminary idea which developed into the large scale mixed media drawing 'Metamorphose'.
Two Steps Forward 2010
Plaster, Straw and pigment on steel frame
I began developing this piece around 2010 as a response to the Arab Spring and the role of women in this movement and concepts of female empowerment under oppressive regimes and historical systems.
Steel, polystyrene, laminated plywood, concrete
This is a piece that I created in my studio after a period of noticing large amounts of construction work occurring in London and the vast amount of cranes that could be seen on the skyline. It got me thinking about our built environment and how nature is effected by our human made urban environments, and contemplating where birds and other animals find refuge and shelter amongst our urban landscape and infrastructure.