Engaging with ideas of time, memory and landscape I explore notions of entangled pasts, present and futures. Through drawing, painting and sculpture my perceptions of these evolving, entwined, sensory relationships are explored.
Process to me is key, focusing on sensory qualities of materiality allows me to integrate a sense of meaning to each of the processes I choose to work with. The time I spend walking in landscape capturing conscious and unconscious interactions on my mobile mobile, as simple sketchbook observations and autographic responses creates the foundation for my studio practice.
Working with paper, frottage and eyes closed drawing I record sensory dialogues of touch, time and memory of place. Autographic black marks and sculpted paper outcomes exist as unique documents of experience. Explorations which exploit the unique sensitivity of drawing and serve as a catalyst for further work. Paintings and sculpture which serve as a reflection on my experiences and philosophical questioning of time, memory and our relationship with landscape.