My practice is primarily informed by semiotics of external space and improvised systems of public space like methods of traffic and construction work.
I denote informal space through material investigations. I study colour combinations of the semiotics of common traffic apparatus and the raw materials of the obstacles of a construction site.
I use drawing as sculptural instructions, with influence taken from found situations and street interventions.
The flux of construction is reflected through the ephemeral ‘rehearsal’ of installation, a required procedure of displacing and replacing found industrial props or fabricated sculptural components within the studio context.
My methods of research are compiled in both a visual archive and studio archive.