I am a visual/performance and social practice artist and activist. My work explores human connections with the natural world and the creation of radical imaginary spaces based on collaboration and lived landscapes. I research and articulate that which seems unheard, submerged or without power.
The bodily human edge has a strong influence on the processes I use as an artist in which I bring the skin to the fore as the border and boundary which seeks respect of the other. I work often collaboratively with other artists and communities of interest visualising creative environments of justice and collective empowerment.
I see all my work as an invitation to a conversation, which is playful and empirical and is developed through art methodology, research and practice.