Master of Fine Art
My practice explores moving image and performance as mediums to frame psychological projection. I use lecture performance as a platform to antagonise and question my own artworks. In doing so, the lecture format becomes a container for practice-led research and its findings – a space to kick up dilemmas and where responses create shifting ethical positions beyond black-and-white thinking. On such slippery, changeable ground, it is difficult to find one’s footing. This is, however, the point. As a result of not turning away from or trying to escape discomfort, questioning out loud has become my studio strategy. I draw the language of film and psychology closely together as ethical boundaries are gently pushed upon and my practice continues to fold in on itself.