Recipient of the Lowenstein Arts Management Prize and the NAVA Ignition Prize.
THE SECOND LANGUAGE
Navigating Marginalised Ecologies Using a Multi-Disciplinary Practice.
This multi-disciplinary project combines ceramic objects, paper, video, and the recorded voice to examine issues of ecological degradation and social injustice. The methodologies of visceral abstraction and assemblage thinking are employed to interrogate the insidious impacts of the Anthropocene era on the marginalised peripheries of the contemporary world. Drawing from lived experiences, language, culture and personal memory, I reflect on the impacts of an apathetic human-centric approach to everything non-human by linking binary oppositions in language to the escalating climate crises and environmental abuse of both human and animal rights.