At the depths of my practise is a deep rooted need to relate the human world to that of our natural landscape and a unification in dignity between humans, and all beings we co-habitate with. It is my world view, that until women are freed from the continuing social binds that we are confined to, we as a species will be unable to evolve, spiritually, physically, and culturally.
My practise can be titled as that of 'Love and Disruption' that is to say, to interrupt negative systems, with inherrently positive protest, commentary, and sometimes replacement of negative programming, using experiences, stories, myths and subconscious artwork that attempts to dismantle the canon of internal despair. I make it my daily practise, to root my work with a recognition of fear, horror and terror, but not to mirror it, rather to use the texture of the sublime to mechanise hope, and possibility.
My participation as a creative in the 21st Century means I have an academic understanding of socio-cultural 'performances' that exists within our current world, and within the art world. It is part of my ongoing practise, to open myself as a stream of shared knowledge, in which I collaborate with those where knowledge has been weaponised to keep them within a sustained mainframe of an inherrently oppressive system. This means some of my work is immediate to my surroundings, discreet and sometimes invisible, only to myself, and perhaps one other person, other times, it may put me in the position of advisor or mediator, which I relate to in the same way as I would if I was developing my individual work, that is to say, there is no seperation in my relationship to the scale of work, and how it feeds into my everyday life.