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I am an artist an educator based in London, joining Kingston University as a programme leader with Outreach in 2016 and more recently joining the Foundation team in 2019.
My visual practice seeks to question how particular visual and textual languages (such as instructions, diagrams and photographs) are used to tell truth(s) and validate dominant narratives, particularly in recorded histories of science and technology. Working from found imagery and text, my work manifests as installation, publication, moving image and printed matter.
I studied Fine Art at Kingston University in 2014, and completed a Masters at the Royal College of Art in 2019. Recent projects include shows with Plicnik Space, Enclave Projects, Kingsgate Project Space and Southwark Park Galleries. In 2017 I was awarded a Burberry Design Scholarship and a Print Futures Award, and was shortlisted for the Wheatley Fellowship and the Stanley Picker Tutorship in 2019.
Participation and education form a crucial strand of my practice, and I have run exploration projects, talks and workshops with spaces including Drawing Room London, Chisenhale Studios and the RCA. I co-lead the National Saturday Club in Art & Design at Kingston.