In my work I examine, expand and negotiate the concept of female identity within a rampant consumer culture through the use of a wide range of materials, images and processes.
Familiar cultural images and brands are literally ‘disconnected and cut out’ of their context.
Ideas are re-contextualized, images free to roam, fly in which ever direction, zig-zag, nest or fly straight. I am keenly interested in how information and the language of images and text of consumer culture impacts on how we interpret and understand the world. And, how an altered and removed context both frees and connects the potential meaning of a phrase or image, into something else.