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#Harambee63 An Experimental Installation

#Harambee63 –  A Project about African Revolutions and the Price of Independence The project calls into question ideas we hold about our individual roles and capacities in times where bravery and action is required. All so-called revolutionaries are ordinary people but these ordinary people changed the world. By taking ...

First Sighting (2010)

An exploration of pregnancy, labour and the process of becoming a mother and seeing the world through new eyes. *142/146* are the heart rates of the twins that this woman carried while*19% – 99%* is the measurement of pain allocated to each contraction. The painting is split in half by the linea nigra just the ...

Sees (2012)

People will see what they want to see about a particular situation. The bold lines represent the clarity of mind of the person being observed and judged through the mess/confusion that people see, cluster and gossip about. Acrylic on canvas, newspaper print and charcoal.

Bottomless Nest (2012)

A woman lies beside the man she loves, longing to carry his child, separated by what feels like a sea between her undulating hips and the mountainous silhouette of his body lying next to hers. The first of a series of three paintings inspired by artwork by Keith Haring and Michael Soi. Acrylic on canvas ...