My practice explores the transitional space between reality and imagination. A constant yearning to understand dreams, distant memories, and mutating shapes in the dark informs the progression of each artwork.
The work is process-led: often using fluid layers of ink as a base, to then find and highlight emerging forms. Considering the fragility of dreams and memories, the work can build from splinters of multiple moments or feelings, into a scene, that fits neither into the compartment of a memory, or real life, or complete imagination.
These liminal spaces mutate and take on new meaning with different perspectives. They become spaces on the boundary of familiar and unknown, acting as an invitation to move away from immediate surroundings and instead, pause to consider the quiet space between knowing.