My interdisciplinary creative practice examines the way we look at spaces; social, physical and emotional. Exploring how structure, colour, form and language effects our perception and judgement and sets our cultural landscapes.
The dismantling, constructing and re-assembling of information via collage, sculpture and photography, aims to interrupt the semiotic landscape via a series of creative interventions, generating an opportunity for imagery, colour and language to develop new identities and meaning.
Works offer the viewer the potential to engage their everyday associations and knowledge of image, language and colour to challenge behavioural attitudes towards ways of seeing and interpreting visual stimuli.
By disrupting what is familiar the parameters of function, understanding and value shift allowing the opportunity to create new definitions.