Towards an art practice:

– Unbound by art forms,

– That places works in the everyday life

– Where uncertainty is mobilised

– That accesses ‘the secret labour and artistic work of my instincts’ (Nietzsche)

– Where the personal meet the public,

– Where autobiography is a mirror for others

– With stripped bare, simple elements; gentle transformations of space and energy

towards waves; cycles, repetition, gradual, subtle shifts and changes to bring about

the realisation that at first glance we may think we’re looking at the same thing over and over

a constant, but only through careful observation can we see that things are not the same.’

– To see the familiar as strange, as distant, as outside us…

– To draw us into a space of not knowing, a space of thinking in the widest possible sense


– To test what it means to be in the world, approaching ideas of community, the role and responsibilities of the individual within a group… aka society…

– To encourage us to let ourselves be moved, questioned modified, enriched by the other…

– That always works with truths

– That makes visible human concepts and thoughts

– Where the end mirrors the beginning

– Uniting all the arts