Through a collaborative practice, I aim to act as a facilitator, creating opportunities for the artist, collaborators and audience to have a dialogue with each other and with the work.
I want to make work where I enjoy the experience and the process of making. I like working with with others and collaborating in both the creation and the execution of the work. To get a different perspective helps me to keep it real, connected and accessible. This is important to me. While I aim to make work that is engaging, interesting and challenging, I don't want to make work that is so obscure, no-one can understand it.
My current work The Learning Project draws on the idea that we are all a reserve of accumulated knowledge that is inherited, passed on and shared across generations and between peers. By encouraging the sharing of knowledge, I explore and enhance the relationships around me alongside notions of generosity, the Everyday and pedagogy.