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I am 36.

Art is born, in my case, through detachment. Using a multitude of  mediums, my work, although inspired by disarray, are meditations on interaction and reaction. Favouring the human condition, my chosen subject matter is often fragmented and unintentional, realised when I identify a prior thought or experience that I need to express in some way. As a generalisation, much of my work transforms an existing composition into another, something that I change through manipulation, modification or destruction.

Quite often one expression is lacking and a body of related work develops around a vision or revision of  a single theme often exploring the human-animal relationship, speciesism, sexuality or feminism. As a visual artist, based in Scotland, I work in sculptural mediums; bronze, contemporary taxidermy, ceramic and stone, as well as screen printing, digital collage, film and photography.

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