My practice attempts to observe the relationships between found objects, made sculpture and language, in order to create illusive, ambiguous narratives. I work within a known sculptural language as a currency from which forms and material are taken. These are then flipped, stretched and tangled with found objects, images and titles randomly compiled together. I create these arrangements of seemingly random elements to activate or provoke certain reactions. Are we concerned that a sculpture has fallen over? Or are we curious as to why it has
fallen on to a lemon? Works often are deliberately titled with filmic references to activate a subject matter. A pink squiggle somehow reminds us of an open convertible on a cliff at sunset or a plasticine blob suggests a character from a film
There is a playful process to making work and this is reflectedin the finished piece. This play of materials, form and languages is an important process for me in order to discover new potentials for the work.