In my practice that is primarily based on photography, as well as installation, creative writing and film, I seek to explore the reversible, ephemeral and poetic.
Bringing materials and practices of photography, textiles, craft and digital fabrication together, I explore notions of the reversible. Encountered in nature, in energy distribution patterns, in magic, in clothing and garments but also in digital formats and algorithmic codes, the reversible is a concept understood as a doubling, a 0–1 or the mirror image.
International exhibitions and residencies include, amongst others, "Photography is Magic", Aperture Foundation, New York, 2016 curated by Charlotte Cotton and "New Materiality" residency, at the Banff, Centre for Arts, Alberta, Canada.
I hold a Practice-based Phd (2007) from Goldsmiths College, University of London and an MA in Photographic Studies from the University of Westminster, (2002). My work is held in private art collections and the Paul D. Fleck Archive of Artists Books at the Banff Centre for Arts, Alberta, Canada.
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