Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drawing & Printmaking)
The contemporary image influences the coding of subcultural self-expression, colloquial language and behaviour. Through printmaking, I expand on the conflicts that I find within imagery and its impact on subcultures and coding. By layering, mirroring and overlapping images, I forge forms that create complex tensions, evolved from both analogue and digital processes, with an ambition to establish a new order in content. By merging the material methods of my practice, I aim to emphasise the intrinsic experiences of coexisting tensions and to establish an ongoing dialogue with the fluidity of trend imposed by our saturated image environment.