Species of Space/s and Other Pieces

Installation shots:

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Current studio shots

Berlin

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Havelock Walk Open Studios

Interim Show

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Installation shots of recent work at Chelsea College of Art and Design

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This year I started my Masters in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design.
Our first project was to create a piece of work that was based around the idea of it being something that we’d never done before. 
I created two films for this project, the first called ‘Territory’ in which I combined performance and film as a response to the environment at Chelsea.
In this film, I tried to explore and question what an idea is. I wanted to explore the insecurity I have of not feeling that my work has much depth, instead my paintings are heavily influenced by visual cues, formal elements and aesthetics. 
This video is a simple take on lack of ideas and depth.

This year I started my Masters in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design.

Our first project was to create a piece of work, that was based around the idea of it being something that we’d never done before. This, for me, meant performance and film, so I decided to make a video that was a response to the environment of our studio spaces at university.

I also felt that as the project was about challenging our usual methods and processes and for me this meant that I had to feel uncomfortable in many respects and go against my reserved nature, so I filmed my self in various spaces across the uni, walking over tables, hanging off bannisters and generally doing things I would never normally do.

The result is a quickly edited, collaged and layered piece that in many ways has begun to represent the way I have recently being constructing paintings. I quite like that it has gone full circle, although that was not the initial brief.

London based artist, predominantly painting the figure.

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