Notes on my practice
Mine is a spatial practice in which I explore the poetic potential of our relationship with landscape and place. My works are intended to activate and re-mystify our connection with the more-than-human-world, to transfigure our experience of it.
I do this in a number of ways... by choreographing the viewer's movement; by tapping into the experiential potential of place; by enabling subtle and dramatic changes in the work to unfold over time; and by harnessing the dynamics of weather, orientation, topography and human involvement.
I often use repeated sculptural components arranged to draw the viewer into and through the field of a work. Thus the viewer enters both a physical space and an imaginative realm.