'Glass Half Full'
Artplex Gallery, Los Angeles, 2019.
Amongst a collection of large scale artworks featuring still life scenes collected on oversea's travels, the artist has created a sculptural painting which can be walked into. The exhibition focusses on the shared experience of visiting new countries and spaces and the feeling of being somewhere that's shared by society.
'Objects of Reference'
De Montfort University, Leicester, 2018.
The artist was commissioned by De Montfort University to research and develop a visual project which highlights the effects of dementia. after collecting 300 photographs pf people holding Objects of Reference, items which can be used to jog memories in dementia sufferers, the artist digitally stitched all of the photographs together to create the face of Keith who is in the early stages of dementia. The final artwork was created on a large scale and used as the starting point for UK dementia week 2018 and featured across the BBC.
LCB Depot, Leicester, 2018
Leicester's rich history of skate culture is explored through a collection of large scale abstract paintings created from marks collected from well known skate spots in the city. The exhibition also featured a fully working skatepark built by the artist within the gallery space, open to skaters from across the city for the duration of the exhibition.
'A Space Shared Alone',
Art Factory, UK, 2016.
A series of rescued agricultural structures are presented in the gallery space exploring the change and effects caused by rural land restructuring and development. The 3 buildings hold items collected from families related to each structure, clues to past lives and lost memories.
Attenborough Arts, UK, 2016.
Exploring the effects of environmental damage from industrial development and continued interference from society, the exhibition features a series of sculptures created from salvaged materials collected from land in the midst of redevelopment and a series of paintings and drawings. The creation and burning of a landscape painting emphasises the ease at which we destroy our surroundings.
Artist residency, QOB, UK.
Hosiery and its influence on the industrial heritage of the Midlands is explored through an immersive installation created from materials collected from the former 'Corah's' hosiery factory which sits derelict in the centre of Leicester. Clues in the form of machinery and personal items give clues to the people and families whose lives revolved around this once rich industry.
Art Factory, UK
Parts of the city which have CCTV installed are visited and recorded with a camera before searching for the same location on Google Maps where previous visitors are digitally transferred into the new image, creating a growing document of anonymous portraits. The exhibition questioned the constant monitoring of ourselves as a society and ownership of images.