Artist, musician and carpenter, My practice explores emerging material relationships and the threshold of human and more than human agencies. Sound, thought of as vibration, is a keystone of the practice used as a relation-maker and an investigative medium that reveals material relationships between things, spaces and ourselves which are often left unconsidered in the perception of our environments.
Greenwood and traditional framing techniques, metal, field recordings and research work through sculpture, installation and sound work to create immersive pieces which are made with a performative engagement in mind between viewer and artwork where the human is a part of and entangled in the work itself.
b. UK, 1993
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2018 - 2021, MA Fine Art, University of Leeds.
2013 - 2016, BA Fine Art, De Montfort University, Leicester.
2022 - Rhythm: art in conversation with music. King street arts, Lancaster. (Group)
2022 - Convergence, De Montfort University Institute for Sonic Creativity—MTI2, Leicester, UK (conference/festival).
2022 - Sound season. LCB depot, Leicester (Group).
2021 - Vibrant Practices: Material Agency and Performative Ontologies (Symposium), Leeds University https://forkingpaths.leeds.ac.uk/symposium/ .
2020 - Pause, Leeds (Group).
2019 - Origin, Leeds (Group).
2019 - Birmingham inter-institutional symposium (Group).
2018 - What's to come of this, Leeds (Group).
2016 - Degree show DMU, Leicester (Group).
2015 - Sliver vine arts trail, Leicester (Group).
2019 - PAGES, New Voices 2019 (Bitmap scores for Sounds that are Drawn, I.).
2016 - De Montfort University, Christopherson Collection. (Anth and Lux).
2016 - Duncan Henderson Scholarship-Therese Taylor memorial award.