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My practice unearths the repressed permeability of unstable yet prized constructs, such as rationality and consciousness, exploring the process and drive behind the production of the work of art. Influenced by the dialogue between arts and the spiritual, anthropology and science, my work attempts to question belief systems, examining resonances, parallels and intersections between these different structures. Working in a meditative way, I draw upon and respond to the properties of different materials, such as felt, copper, lead, gold, crystals, plants and found objects. Central to my practice is our relationship to seeing, truth, knowledge and perception. The photographic thus becomes a central focus, in which our biological eye and neuro-scientific sensory system of light perception are drawn upon and explored within a poetic framework. The flash-gun pulsing as lightning, the hovering unfixed after image as memory trails are incorporated into performances, filmic works and installations. I have been showing in alternative spaces as well as galleries. Recently had my first solo show at the belfry of St. John's on Bethnal Green Church. Together with Emma Backlund, Sun Shi and Alice Serraino, founded The Kitchen Gallery, an artist run show in a conventional kitchen at an East London flat. Have co-curated the London College of Communication photo book table for Offprint London at Tate Modern for two consecutive years. I also co-edit the S:KIN Journal together with Emma Backlund and Ramona Guntert. Group shows include Lumen: School of Light, Brighton Photo Fringe, Paper, Publication, Performance at Lychee One Gallery, Psyche Valuations at White Conduit Projects.Locked Pro Plan feature