current research focussed on the division held between “us” (humans) and other species, looking into the culture we have towards cattle, dairy agriculture and urban wildlife. I am interested in the two different types of symbiotic relationships including mutualism and commensalism.
HERD is now showing at Newcastle Uni as my degree show, delayed from 2020 (a 3d walk through is available here)
4 channel sound + constructed objects, soil and smell
sound piece features field recordings, cello, generative virtual synthesiser & spoken texts*
*with thanks to Jenny Berger Myhre & Eliza Bozek for reading the texts
100 x 150 cm, Steel.
‘Grid / version’ (2020)
'Ewer (soaks in)' from the 'herd' series included in the online exhibition 'Refracted Commentary' at Shipley Gallery, Gateshead.
The piece explores themes of regulation, normalisation, and separation within barriers between humans and animals with a focus on the farming industry of cattle. I was interested in the process of making with clay, and how the 'unfinished' state can shape our perception of an object