Using scrapped copper, found plastic, wood and stone as a 3D storyboard, I am on a constant search for home. I walk to find self. I walk to understand the lore of the land, it’s song-lines and it’s singers.
The ghost trails that I follow are a route to the present day; a fundamental reimagining of the origins of responsibility, in the protection of people and place. If I can feel the land, and connect to the historical references to lost and found alike, see the trail of humanity in footprints, surely this will lead to a resolution of sorts? All of my work is aimed at considering environmental impact, individual choices and how to make routes to living an ethical, happy life.
I continue to be excited by my processes and the possibilities that using other people’s scrap, can bring to my art and making.