The everyday is at the root of my practice. Exploring the materiality of the mundane and overlooked objects of my personal ‘everyday’. I combine traditional painting materials with found, domestic objects. My work is produced quickly, playfully and unselfconsciously, trying to attain something of the candid: as if my ideas have an expiry date. More generally, my practice asks what it means to be making art today. My works questions this and doubts it’s own answers. By using play and wit I hope to make common things and experiences feel strange and ambiguous, working backwards to undo arts assertions on life.
As a graduating student at the Glasgow School of Art, would like to state my support for the Pause or Pay Campaign.