My 2018 practice has culminated in a final piece which involves 2-D and 3-D elements, makes use of waste material, and includes text. I have experimented with media a lot this year and I like to think this piece represents the result of that experimentation. The canvas was made entirely of straws, attached together with…
I submitted my swarm of jellyfish made from plastic bags for our Spring Term Exhibition: “This Is What We Did”. Full post here.
This manifesto, written across four painted plastic bags, was inspired by the Oscar Wilde quote, “All art is quite useless.” Full post here.
This is a (half full) bottle of face scrub, containing plastic micro-beads, which I turned into a painting. Full post here.
‘Cast-Iron’ combines poetry with experimental music and psychedelic visuals. For the full post, click here.
Inspired by Caspar Heinemann‘s poetry, this poem was written by autocorrect, and performed by me in a way that accentuates its bizarre incoherence. For the full post, click here.
This piece represents a little-known aspect of myself, my clumsiness, and the piece represents the damage and stress it causes me. For the full post, click here.
Heavily inspired by Pipilotti Rist, this was my first artwork of the academic year. For the full blog post, click here.
Welcome to the Summer Assessment Tab. Here, you will find a selection of what I believe to be my most successful artworks from the 2017/2018 year, followed by my Summer Term Artist Statement and Final Piece.
I have been working on a piece with two main components – a canvas made entirely of plastic drinking straws stuck together side-by-side, with a landscape painted on it. In front of this is a face scrub bottle on a plinth, rotating slowly, with the same landscape painted on it. This work encapsulates all the…
As the final exhibition deadline gets closer, I am beginning to develop ideas for my final piece. One of these is to create a coral reef entirely of waste plastic. This is inspired by my earlier project involving making jellyfish out of plastic bags. It involves the same idea of depicting how much plastic there…