I will be working as artist in residence at Boxjelly, Honolulu (from July 2019) exploring past and future landscapes. The project aims to examine the complex relationship between humans and the natural world, and look at the importance of this relationship in the past, present and future. Investigating a post-human/post-natural world where the corporeal and ontological boundaries between human and non-human nature have been eroded.
Art practices take up a multidisciplinary place as a generative force in the making, shaping, and most recently the transforming of subjects, imaginaries, disciplinary knowledge and worlds. Landscapes are complex environmental, cultural and social entities, and I will seek means of thinking and representing landscapes that can engage with and celebrate landscapes’ multi-dimensionality.
[Work under development – stay tuned]
Photography field notes // 2016