This stitch work is part of a project begun during lockdown 2020. During isolation from people I loved, I was … More
Coming to Reyburn House Art Gallery in June 2022 Opening 5-7pm Tuesday 7th June 10 – 31 Reyburn House Lane, … More
Presenting new work and a bolder install of my MFA grad show in my home town of Whangarei was an exciting opportunity. I developed two new video works and created larger scale textile pieces in response to the new space.
The work was at Geoff Wilson Gallery, opening 5th August 2020, and ran between 6th August – 4th September 2020.
Intimacy and distance are constantly negotiated throughout the process of stitching the selfies. Shifting from the photographic image to the pencil on cloth and then embedding the image and line with thread. This process pushes me away from myself and retains a sense of safety in what I chose to share publicly. I creates a safe space to re-present images of myself.
“Collaborate: to work with someone else for a special purpose”.1 I used to find dead insects in your pockets, assembles … More
Golden Oyster, Anomia trigonopsis 51-83 mm. The golden oyster is an irregular, oval shell with different valves. The convex upper … More
We were in the back garden and I was helping to bring in the washing, I thought Nana was always … More
Catch stitch is a hand sewing technique used to join two pieces of fabric or create a sturdy hem, it … More
I used to find dead insects in your pockets I used to find dead insects in your pockets functions as … More
Inline with my process and methodology which privileges storytelling and dialogue above object based formalism, I have invited you to … More