My practice is concerned with durational multiplicity and image perception in painting, photography and audio-visual installations. I consider the physicality of painting in relation to ideas of movement, colour and space. In my video and photographic work, I explore how our (inner) and also our technological processing of images is dependent on or correlated by our physical experience of the world through body.
CV & Education
I have been involved in various international exhibitions and artist collaborations amongst them Textures of Place, with Deborah Gardner that was shown at the Academy of Fine Arts in Llodz in April 2017 and at Inselgalerie Berlin in 2019 and will tour to other European and British venues, Shifting Perspectives, with Associate Professor Emerita Joyce Lyon of the University of Minnesota, Foyer Gallery, University of Leeds, (2016), Endlosschleife 2041, Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany (2014), Dialogue in Place: Volume II, Form and Content Gallery Minneapolis, USA (2012), European Identities, Touring Exhibition,various venues in Germany, Poland, Italy and Spain (2010-11).
I have published journal articles on image perception, relations between moving and still images, sound and image within art installations and durational multiplicity.
I am a lecturer at the School of Design of the University of Leeds, UK. I hold a PhD (2013) – Thesis title Thought Dwellings: Time and Place in Painting, Photography and Video. I am member of the research network LAND2 concerned with landscape/place-oriented art practice.