Manipulating the rainbow
Playing with colour motivates my art.
I am fascinated by how visual language is processed before we are consciously aware of it. I love to question colour and the power it holds. To experiment with the impact of colour. To be evocative with it.
Contemporary movement and conceptual art are also huge inspirations, as they provide the platform to reflect on society and the issues we face everyday.
My work is forever changing because of the materials I use. I love to play and experiment with new things, to see how they can work. My process always ends up being very time consuming, but that is an aspect I love. I create all my installations in some form of studio space, but I like to see the how the work moves outside, too.
Play has such a huge impact on my work. Without it, I would not be able to stumble across the unusual ideas that form the work itself. I use play to help me think and process. Playing often leads to places that I, and my viewers, would otherwise never see.