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In another life I was a tiny flower that had all sorts of bugs on me

 

(2022) Acrylic paint, pencil, broken jewellery, beads, glitter

I acknowledge the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of this land and their spiritual connection to country, skies and waters and recognise that they have been telling stories, creating art and have built traditions on this land for over 65,000 years. I pay my respects to all Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge that we stand on stolen land. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land.

As an artist I work to develop painting works, performance experimentations, movement art experimentations, sculptural assemblages with found materials, video artworks and installation outcomes. My research is interested in responding to the pre-existing culture, relationships, structures of our current cultural climate in order to uncover alternative modes of building relationships and processes to our world and how we relate to one another. The modes that cement my artistic research involve vulnerability and empathy. As a maker I am currently developing and experimenting with building upon the processes in which I respond to spaces, existing stories and highlighting how my intervention in the political culture of the everyday can generate new imaginings for how we approach the world. My process is underpinned by our need to develop, enrich and expose new imaginative alternatives for relating to one another, feeding sustainable communities and relationships in a polarized cultural climate. Outcomes may look like performative gestures, informational texts and drawings, interviews, conversations, collaborative outcomes, language learning, story learning and video works as documentation, archives and journal works. 

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