Focused around prehistoric Britain, Queer identity and landscapes, my practice occupies the territory of anthropology, education, research and objects. My work is translated into large scale installations, performances, food-based works, longer durational projects and smaller actions seen by nobody.
By pushing into new fields, working with archeologists, scientists, food historians, urban planners, farmers, chefs, conservationists and marine biologists I have been able to develop my understanding of the subjects I challenge, expanding my visual, material and conceptual language.
Read about one of my latest projects And Everything And Nothing Has Changed in a feature by Maddie Rose Hills in Assemblage Magazine HERE
or listen to me ramble on to Producer of Austell Projects White Gold Festival Cat Radford about 628 plants and there arrival to SX0753, Par Harbour at Digital Digging Festival September 2020 HERE