I am interested in exploring domestic yet uncomfortable narratives in my work, building on tensions and anxieties that exist between myself, the work and the viewer, often humorous and familiarly awkward.
I have an interdisciplinary approach to practice, often physical outcomes are produced as a conduit for an ideas development and consider the fulfilment of the idea possible through any number of visual processes all as valid as each other. I am however always seeking a visual poetry as an honest manifestation of the ideas that drive it. My recent works lean towards intervention and performance, ephemeral relationships with place and audience.
Please see my design project blog at http://www.blockcolour.co.uk