My artistic practice predominantly explores memories, gender, embodiment and identity. I work predominantly with photography and also larger mixed media installations. I aim to explore the psychological and philosophical questions surrounding identity; questioning the relationship between the subjective and objective aspects of identity; and how these theories and concepts translate into artistic means.
‘Memories’- This project explored childhood photographic memories and the pivotal role they hold in the formation and understanding of self-identity. Corrupting digital data as a metaphor to the subject; exploring the idea of our brains as a computer system –storing memories to be retrieved later, likes files on a hard drive, but at times when we go back to retrieve these memories, we might find them missing some information.