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After an early creative career in the fashion industry, I made the transition into visual art practice, working with painting, drawing and photography. My current practice is concerned with memory and how it functions within the culturally anthropological spaces of textile, object and place. I am particularly interested in history, emotion and imperfection, working across textile, photography and installation.

 

I am drawn to working with textiles for many reasons: their intimate relationship with the body, their close association with memory, and their visual beauty and tactile appeal. For me, textiles are a natural, but not exclusive, medium of expression for my concerns. The invisible narratives within cloth speak of hidden histories, making, industry and identification. The DNA carried on cloth can no doubt reveal many stories …

  

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