I work amidst film-making and performance to frame relationships between people, places and objects. These approaches are coupled with photography and the fabrication of subversive props to interrogate social, political and technological issues.
Photographic shoots and site-specific research methods inform the construction of these worlds investigate how we relate to one another and our environments. I see these as strategies for inviting audience engagement, intending to produce inclusive dialogues around identities and how objects shape social conventions. These opportunities for performance and filmmaking have the potential to create more informative spatial experiences and alter perceptions.
Personal interaction is key to this process. Through the staging of public workshops and interviews I aim to unpick individual experiences, turning them into empathetic narratives and playful design prospects. The products of these interactions range from documentary films to graphic publications, adding the fine details which translate these landscapes.