The work can be seen in terms of a critical spatial practice, occupying the territory between sculpture and architecture, as an interdisciplinary discourse using the notion of a spatial drawing as a structural model to explore poiesis, the idea of making as thinking and space as a practiced place; an existential foothold originating within Heideggerian philosophy and phenomenology.
2015 MA Fine Art - Chelsea College of Arts, London
2012 BA Fine Art - Chelsea College of Arts, London
Ruins of Time
Office Sessions IV
Office Sessions III - OFFICE PARTY
Art O’clock I