How do you best like to work?
I see what the space has to offer, and question how that may affect my work. I then create according to this environment. As I respond to a space, I reflect upon the dialogue created between the place that had once been, affected by a historical shift, and the memory it holds, in relation to the fabricated space I create.
Sculpture, installation, collage, placing, hanging. These are words that qualify my practice, but ultimately, it is about sculpting and responding to a space. I characterise space by placing objects in it, I disrupt space by introducing the non-controllable object. There is an element of doubt, of unease that transpires through my work, that which may create a gag reflex from the viewer.