I am intrigued by the idea of deconstructing experience, particularly in relation to our understanding of the human body and its representation as the ultimate physical and metaphysical boundary. Quantum science especially, is a crucial driver in my work as it pushes us to completely re-question our perspective about the physical make-up of our universe. Similarly, Eastern philosophies, including the Japanese 'Ma' concept of space as fundamentally void, has also influenced my practice quite significantly.
I aim to encourage a kind of un-learning, a collapsing of order and rationality so that we can let go and concede to an oneiric version of things. The whole installation is re-constituted as one would a fossil, trying to re-piece history into a coherent form, despite the fact there is none. The process and development of the work is a creative exercise that aims to materialise the instinctive understanding of feeling in pure form.