How do we navigate spaces that we are confronted with in new and unfamiliar places?

How do we experience the intense psychological states that these encounters create?

Through an interdisciplinary practice primarily involving installation, painting and printmaking, my practice aims to address these questions of the ways in which we interact with space. A focus on architectural structures that is further explored through the use of everyday materials, including light and sound, allows for the creation of intimate works. Enveloping the viewer, they provide the opportunity for moments of meditation within a sensory experience that is at once familiar and unknown.