I am currently the Artist in Residence at the Imperial College Department of Physics, with the Centre for Doctoral Training in Theoretical and Simulation of Materials 2016-2017 following on from my residency funded by the Leverhulme Trust 2013 – 2015. My aim is to develop new work during this rare and exciting opportunity. This has been extended to Sept 2019.
See ‘New and recent work’ and ‘performance work’.
Recent work has been examining and developing the importance and value of performance and time, that has often been hidden in my past work. This has led me to alter the way I approach making and how work may manifest, looking at new ways to engage in my desire and need to find poignancy and the potent.
My aim is to find the meaning and value of things in a world that often misunderstands making. It is clear to me that the distance between the back glance of knowledge and the true, ever still, place of becoming is as great as it is invisible . At the start of all traces of the manifest is the problem of immanence. Therefore a true sense of doubt is first and foremost to understanding the possible.