Currently studying an undergraduate degree in Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee my recent work describes the tension that exists between humans and the environment, in particular, current issues around climate change and plastic pollution. A regular visitor to beaches around the Scottish coastline, I collects and make use of society’s discarded everyday objects by incorporating them in sculpture, installation and painting.
The recycled plastics used in my work represent a further intervention in the lifetime of those materials giving them new meaning and context, requiring that the viewer engages with them, with their history and their altered form.
Feb/Mar - Generator Members Show, Dundee
October - ‘Discard’, Custom Lane, Leith