I am an artist & educator, based in Boscombe, Dorset.
My multidisciplinary practice spans moving image, choreography and sculpture, and responds to untold, latent and speculative histories and relations that are entangled within landscapes, bodies, matter, ruins, relics and artefacts.
Through fieldwork, archival investigations and interdisciplinary collaboration, I seek to trace, reconfigure and complicate the narrative frameworks we use to understand the world around us. My practice is informed by literature, ecological thinking and posthuman feminist theory, and is best characterised by the Italian word ‘intreciarre’ (meaning to entwine, weave or braid).
Current research includes: land rights, botanical knowledge & more than human relations in the New Forest.