My installation practice revolves around materiality and memory, colour and space. The works function via their material qualities offering sensory experiences: visual, tactile, spatial. The material becomes the basis for exploration allowing memory to surface in the process. My recent installations are based around the idea of journeying and provide physical experiences through which the viewer moves.
As a sculptor I have used colour to designate separate elements, to create emotion, or simply as one material amongst others. More recently I have become interested in colour relationships. The introduction of textiles into my practice allowed me to combine sculpture and colour more succinctly because the colour is embedded in the material rather than on the surface.