My art practice is about

paying attention to systematic confusion

 

systematic confusion

1, a paradox, or unity of opposites.  2, a process of building or arranging disregarded material into something regarded, regarding the disregarded. 

3, operations of displacement, replacement. 4, noticing the unnoticeable. 5, finding the unusual in the familiar.

My current ongoing body of work examines the concept of liminality in relation to pressing contemporary issues of climate change, reflecting on how ideas of home and the environment are experienced in relation to surrounding landscapes during these uncertain times of flux.  Filling the void, adapting to the new, at the edge of disappearance, a rediscovery of spaces, spatial impermanence, caught between states of perpetual navigation, nowhere – now here.