represented by @eastcontemporary
I am working across media in painting, text, sound, sculpture, photography, installation and video. My work explores themes of sensitivity, morality, ethicality, individual and collective trauma. My interest in the creation of wide range of work is motivated by the possibility of exploring different perceptions and the potential of various forms of audience participation.
I am interested in the idea of the investigation of consciousness, awareness and empathy. The pieces that I made were very often based on different writings on psychoanalysis and inspired by social, cultural and political transformations.
My paintings depict transformative encounters of bodies with other beings. This point of connectivity as well as manipulated proportions, test the power relations of the subjects.
The intentions behind my art are usually connected with the therapeutic aspects of experiencing art. However, having in mind the specificity of the works that I created, I am unable to predict all the possible reactions to it. I value and learn from feedback and I consider it an important part of my artistic practice.
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Arts University Bournemouth
Unreliable narrator, Eastcontemporary, Milan, Italy
Not sure if it will happen in my lifetime, online exhibition, Solo Show website
2019 Praesentia, ae, f. Alex Mayall, Lumen Crypt Gallery, London, UK
At the level of remains, Beacon, Munich, Germany
Baitball 2, Like A Little Disaster, Polignano a Mare, Italy
Catharsis, curated by Brittany Sutcliffe, London, UK
Les Danses Nocturnes, Entrevaux, France
Feather Dusting, online exhibition, curated by Kleio collective
Solo Show, Chapter 2, A postnet folk fanfiction fairytalemythology (p.1), online exhibition, curated by Underground Flower and Rhizome Parking Garage, Solo Show website
Arts University Bournemouth Summer Exhibition
I'm not a feminist, I believe in equality. A feminist exhibition, BUMF Gallery, Bournemouth, UK
Kiosk 7, Copenhagen, Denmark
Anachronism, Russell-Cotes, Bournemouth, UK
8IN5, Arts University Bournemouth, UK
Art and Fashion Forum, 8th Edition, Poznan, Poland