My practice-led-research explores our human relationship with the landscape, through time. I consider landscapes as rich sites for narratives to be read, unearthed and situated. Dealing primarily with scarred or healing landscapes such as quarries, I present the land as a sculptural production, shaped by human activity.
By personifying the landscape, it aims to bring it closer to our human understanding and consciousness. When thinking through making, I borrow and interpret different tools, methods and processes from other fields in order to move beyond the surface of a place.