Statement

Drawing on diverse urban environments and inspired by the many cities where I have lived my work investigates how we come to know a place. I ask “What is the role of memory and movement in our experience of time and space? I combine walking with my drawing practice referencing architecture, maps, interior spaces, routes, movement, and pathways to examine how we become familiar with the spaces we inhabit.

I explore various approaches in different media from  photo collage, printmaking techniques, to sound, digital drawing and laser engraving. I blend, smooth, cut, erase and take away.  These actions allow an image to be built or embedded creating connections but separating them out over time. I am searching for a sense of control in producing the work but also an opportunity for chance to inform the process.