Selected Works

 

Women on Horses (2015) comprises found footage, extracted from westerns that have been filmed in the Alabama Hills. Each woman has been ‘rescued’ from their aggressive male pursuers through the editing process, and by ‘freeing’ them they ride through the landscape alone and on their own terms.

 

The Hitchcock Staircase (2015) is a short video that explores site as an object of temporal suspense. Situated in the Pan American apartment building on Broadway, Downtown LA, the staircase encountered by the artist in this work has apparently featured in a number of Hitchcock films, although no record of this fact has yet been found.

Remedy (2012) captures a series of empty billboards situated on either side of the European Route E94, as one travels between Athens International Airport and the capital city of Greece. Once clad in brash advertisements, these large sculptural objects denote economic austerity in Greece, whilst offering a solution in the face of late capitalism.

Remedy (2012) captures a series of empty billboards situated on either side of the European Route E94, as one travels between Athens International Airport and the capital city of Greece. Once clad in brash advertisements, these large sculptural objects denote economic austerity in Greece, whilst offering a solution in the face of late capitalism.

 

Poke (2011) is an interactive touchscreen artwork permanently situated in the Wilberforce Health Centre, Hull. The audience is presented with the human eye, which seems to passively gaze at them until it is touched. As the viewer’s finger touches the screen, the eye suddenly reacts; the eyelid closing then opening. The work engages with the interplay between humans and technology as creatures and instruments of time.

 

The Search (2010) was made as part of 'Project Swap' at The Hepworth Wakefield, in response to Barbara Hepworth’s Mother and child (1934).

In The Search, the artist and her two siblings strive to replicate the sound of their mothers laugh; a sound that they have not heard for seven years since her death. Through their own inherited voices, they repeatedly search for the correct sequence of sounds.