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My paintings and installations explore time, uncertainty and what it is to be human in a largely non-human world.

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Do My Fences Keep Me Safe?


Inspired by a coast-to-coast walk, this work wrestles with Scotland’s cultural myths.  Across large areas the stag, Scotland’s icon of wildness, roams a landscape grazed bare of vegetation while miles of fencing are needed to protect trees. Drawing on indigenous art of Finnmark and Scotland tracing 5000 years of coexistence with deer, I reflect on boundaries, fear, identity and control against today’s backdrop of global crisis.  What role do boundaries play in safeguarding what we value? Do My Fences Keep Me Safe?

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Honours Dissertation

The Matter with Time: In an age of instantaneity What role can art play in engagement with the 'wild'?


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