My interdisciplinary arts practice is concerned with ecology, highlighting loss of biodiversity and interconnectedness. I am fascinated by exploring interspecies relationships and their entanglements.
My practice is often site specific, working in a bio-inclusive way I connect to elements within a place and collaborate with dynamic agents - living materials and systems. My methodology includes fieldwork -connecting with plants, fungi and soil for example-and allowing the materials to guide me in a process of unfolding.
I am particularly interested in the cross-pollination of art and science and how this relationship might be useful in promoting change. Through a lens of curiosity and wonder, I address human relationships within the natural world and question outdated narratives, exploring what might happen when we investigate the ways we can engage with the world in a responsible, respectful and reciprocal way.
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