My work often tells the stories of people who live life on the border - be that the edge of a geography, an identity, or even time.Read More
Over the years I have created many text sculptures. These sculptures start off their lives as spoken stories, life stories, human stories.Read More
I feel it is time to share the reason why I make the work I do, to tell you a bit about my personal transcultural background. This is not written on my ‘artist bio’, but it is the thing that leads me to delve into the sometimes sensitive topics which I explore through art.Read More
Recently I asked myself three questions: What is home? What do I need in order to create? And why is English such a different language to American?!Read More
Having recently relocated to a new studio in Singapore where I am making a new body of work, I decided to make this post more about my working process than my artwork progress.
Singapore is amazing, sensory and inspirational. In my first week I felt both swamped in things to do (as I have everything to do in terms of exciting new places to visit, pushing forward my projects / studio / ongoing initiatives as well as setting up a new home for the time that I am here) and also a rather unusual, floating feeling of nothing to do (as I am so new to life here nothing is set in stone yet, and I have no set daily routine.)Read More