Though various things inspire my work, I tend to go back to history, space, and community:

 

History, because nothing happens in a vacuum, and thus everything is informed by something else. Space, because everything exists within it, as well as the precarious way physical space has been used throughout time. And community, which is often the prism through which these themes intersect. As an Afro-Caribbean woman of faith living in a colonial nation, I would not be here without the support and love of my community - both in a global-historical and intimate sense.

 

I prefer to conduct my work through the lens of storytelling and interactivity. I intend to emphasise the gathering of people for the purpose of catharsis, care and understanding in my work, whether I employ performance, photography/moving image, the written word, or something else. Though my work can be contemplative, I enjoy embracing irreverence at times, for the sake of duality. - ARTIST STATEMENT

LIKKLE

2018. Digital Prints.

 

TALLAWAH

2019. Digital Prints.

 

THE RIGHT TO OPACITY

2019. Digital Prints with gold-coloured Paint.

CEILINGS

2020. Digital Prints.

EMANCIPATION, I GUESS 

2020. Photography, Paper Collage.

TO DIE IS GAIN

2020-21. Digital Prints.

FIRMAMENT

2021-22. Performance, Publication.

WOLVEREN WATCHMEN

2022. Graphic Design, Video Installation.

MOTHERSHIP

2022. Performance.

EARTHSTRONG

2022. Short Film.

PRACTICE OF INTUITION

(ongoing, any medium, any theme)

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