Thinking through drawing, my practice is concerned with the spatial sense of absence, time, and movement. I am curious about what we don’t yet know, what we can’t see, and the space or gaps where this information may be held.
I relate to Heidegger’s concept of ‘Being in the World’. My sense of being part of the collective maps onto the resultant drawings, in which multiple marks swarm, cylindrical folds of manuscript pile up and drawn threads unravel.
I consciously add value to my experience of drawing by opting to make work that will extend my perception of time.
I employ a variety of different approaches including print, pencil on paper, 3D and video.