I create installations in social, geographical and historical contexts, highlighting the relationship between individuals and their environment.
My work investigates emotional responses to the notions of time, origin and places where the link between human and land becomes an opportunity to heal individuals and social groups.
The installations invite the audience to embrace the work with all senses; the public is invited to take part in the making of a piece or in the making of a performance. The work often conveys a sense of displacement which is transformed into new possibilities.
I am currently undertaking a practice based research on Art, traditional skills, environnement and social innovation at the River Bourne community Farm and in various residencies accross the globe over the next few years.