Art

Discovering Locations
Series, 2012 – 2017

Discovering Locations <br> Series, 2012 – 2017
Exploring the relationship between nature, the urban landscape and the human condition. I aim to bring forth the allure and the other-worldliness of twilight and darkness. I am fascinated with historic buildings and charming houses, each building has a character and a story of their own. My work thus evokes questions about the past and...

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Letters from a Stranger
Series, 2016

Letters from a Stranger<br> Series, 2016
A photographic series relating to the fleeting, impersonal and sometimes intimate moments in which we interact with those around us. Letters from a Stranger, comes from the desire to reconnect and learn about others, whose lives we know nothing about. We are often withdrawn from any kind of meaningful connection with a stranger or even simply...

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Newtown Contemporary ArtSeat
Site Specific Installation, 2016

Newtown Contemporary ArtSeat<br> Site Specific Installation, 2016
Nocturnal Vibrations highlights the character and vibe of Newtown, the night time culture and beautiful architecture of the historical buildings of King St. I adore living in Newtown and would visit regularly before becoming a local, there is only one thing I miss and that’s looking up and seeing a sky full of stars. Through...

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Ante-mortem
video work, 2018

Ante-mortem<br> video work, 2018
Ante-mortem, 2018 single-channel video with sound 3 minutes 30 seconds Inspired by human form and spirit, after reading studies of the experiments in 1901 by physician, Duncan MacDougall, who attempted to prove an afterlife by measuring and weighing a body in those last moments to see if the soul exists and has actual weight. These...

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Housebound Photographs
Series, 2015

Housebound Photographs<br> Series, 2015
Housebound Photographs, was created over a 4 month period from February-May 2015. During this time I was physically unable to leave my tiny inner-west apartment, due to a seemingly small accident that ended up being quite severe, resulting in me requiring two major surgeries on my right knee. The photographs are a small insight of this difficult...

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palimpsest: palɪm(p)sɛst
a landscape of memory, 2017

palimpsest: palɪm(p)sɛst <br> a landscape of memory, 2017
My work transgresses the fluidity of dreaming to abstractions of moments in time. In this series, the unrestored sections of the hauntingly beautiful, weathered architecture of Chateaux d'Orquevaux, in Champagne-Ardenne, France, along with the ‘presence’ that I felt during my residency there – was the inspiration for the ethereal and ghost-like layering I am seeking...

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Crematory Born
Bronze Sculpture, 2017

Crematory Born <br> Bronze Sculpture, 2017
Crematory Born, developed with my exploration of the medium and the malleable nature of wax for creating forms. Inspired by a poem by Lewis-Alan Trathen at a slam reading, this piece evolved from the image they portrayed of being born while bushfires raged outside of the hospital, the windows becoming covered in ash.

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Liminal
Sydney Fringe Festival, 2019

Liminal </br> Sydney Fringe Festival, 2019
Liminal, a projection work created for Sydney Fringe Festival 2019, presented at Babylon, Kensington Street and Fringeville, Hurstville. Projected onto an urban landscape, I wanted to create an almost meditative piece, using water as the linking element, to trace connections of thoughts, visions and trepidations of life, into the fluidity of a fragmented dreamscape.   

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The Future Is Ours
Project/Forward: 2047 Global Projection Festival, 2020

The Future Is Ours <br> Project/Forward: 2047 Global Projection Festival, 2020
Created for Project / Forward: 2047,  a three-day global projection art festival in December 2020, featured in Kenya, Nepal, Colombia, Indonesia, Peru and Jordan, and supported by sites in Hong Kong, Austria, Italy, USA, Spain and Australia. The Future Is Ours.We are in a time of relinquishing power. We have given up so much for the...

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Resurgence
video work, 2021

Resurgence<br> video work, 2021
Technology and advancement cannot erase the deeply embedded purpose of nature: to survive at all costs. All of our futile attempts to destroy something so stunningly complex and beautiful will instead only destroy us. As we look for answers in all the wrong places, nature is learning how to reinvent itself, to revive and reform...

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Queer
A Celebration of Art and Activism – Nepal, 2021

Queer <br> A Celebration of Art and Activism – Nepal, 2021
Created for Queer - A Celebration of Art and Activism, an accessible exhibition created by Kaalo.101, to highlight and celebrate the queer community and the broader LGBTIQ movement in Nepal, for Pride Month in June 2021. The works were created as paste-ups and exhibited on streets during the festival that ran for 30 days with...

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Australian Summer
Video Projection, 2019 – 2022

Australian Summer<br> Video Projection, 2019 – 2022
An Australian home surrounded by bushland is projected with footage and imagery of bushfires that threaten our homes and wildlife each summer. Coincidentally I began creating the video reel during the winter before the 2019/2020 bushfires to reflect the often-tragic side of our Australian Summers and the increased effects of climate change.

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Gilmore Park
Pubic Art, 2021-2022

Gilmore Park<br>  Pubic Art, 2021-2022
Exploring place and placemaking within the artwork, drawing inspiration from the native plants of the Illawarra area as a way of connecting our built environment to our natural surroundings. After the devasting impacts of the bushfires, I wanted a way of reclaiming our bush landscape and focusing on the benefits that can come from bushfires...

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