At the moment, I am focusing on the home to convey personal experience and the idea of dysfunction in the domestic realm. I try to create installations using household objects, which often leads me to think how sound, video and performance art can enhance the installation.
I document thoughts and experiences that occur to me on a daily basis and try to communicate these ideas visually. I distort, manipulate and replicate domestic objects using textiles, text, pencil, pen, sound, video, photography, giving the work a sense of the uncanny. By documenting my thoughts, my work grows and changes quickly.
I am using my work to address the home because I think it is fascinating how home can affect your identity, and it is something everyone can relate to. I want the viewer to feel and recall their own experiences of home and to interpret the work in their own way.