Master of Fine Art
My practice utilises slow, diaristic filming paired with large scale, multi-channel installation to draw attention to the rituals and nuances of everyday domestic life. My works exhibit highly considered, almost architecturally framed, compositions which allow me to interpret my place in a given environment. Through the works, I ask the audience to slowly observe, meditating on their expectations and connections with the world on the screen. The scale of the installation is intended to emphasise this connection, positioning the audience to feel at one with the mundane details of my world. I film my world as a form of ritual, observant and reflective. I follow the patterns of my daily life, embracing uncertainty and vulnerability as vital ongoing conditions that are at the core of my understanding of self.