Trained as a visual artist, my multimedia installations and performances/plays have been shown in galleries, project spaces, and theatres including Tate Modern (2019), The Bloomsbury Theatre (2016), and Transmission Gallery (2011) and at international exhibition spaces in Germany, Denmark, and the Faroe Islands. I have been awarded public funding to produce new work including by the Danish Arts Council (in 2013, 2014, and 2015) and Creative Scotland (2012) and have taken part in well-known artist residency programs including Creative Lab at CCA Glasgow (2014).
In 2016 I curated the group exhibition (Un)doing, (Un)making. at Hardwick Gallery, University of Gloucestershire on my research interests into the intersection of art and theatre.
Thematically, my work is concerned with how identity is constructed, and controlled by socio-political forces. I am interested in the role of social phenomena such as labour, technology, language, and education and their role in this process.
The narratives in my audio-visual installations and performative tableaux relate to these ideas, attempting to identify these phenomena, hinting at the artifice and contexts my work itself has been made in, and positing possible alternative modes of being.