My recent work references our relationship to, and perception of, physical spaces. As a disabled woman, I view the world from a unique perspective. Due to my disability I spend a lot of my time enduring the monotony of the home space, this often leads to feelings of inadequacy, failure and loss. These feelings directly correlate with the emotional connection I have towards viewing and exploring underappreciated spaces. Through my work I aim to highlight the personality and overlooked details of spaces that have been discarded, disused and are in a state of decay. This is allegorical with the social perception of disabled people as ‘broken’; as not having the same value, being unimportant and unworthy of notice.
As a multidisciplinary artist I work across different mediums within my practice. These include cyanotype and intaglio printmaking, photography, and painting.