Same, same but different, different, so let’s move in together – Brugge / London   – metallic lavender PVC, wadding and extruded clay on white Habitat chair with vinyl cut-out / metallic lavender PVC, stuffing and extruded clay on ‘marmi’ self-adhesive film, packing tape and card with vinyl cut-out, 2017       Shown at ‘ Graffiti Check’,  group show at Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone in January 2017 and at  ‘Queer Art(ists) Now’  group show at Archive Gallery, Haggerston, London, 12th -15th October, 2017, part of  ‘And What? Queer. Arts. Festival.’  2017   “Arranged in conversation with itself, the work is about queer cohabitation; the discussion, decision and continual renegotiation of the desire to live together. The materials used in the work combine objects and motifs that reference both the memories of time spent away together, along with hopeful future furnishing decisions.”

Same, same but different, different, so let’s move in together – Brugge / London – metallic lavender PVC, wadding and extruded clay on white Habitat chair with vinyl cut-out / metallic lavender PVC, stuffing and extruded clay on ‘marmi’ self-adhesive film, packing tape and card with vinyl cut-out, 2017

Shown at ‘Graffiti Check’, group show at Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone in January 2017 and at ‘Queer Art(ists) Now’ group show at Archive Gallery, Haggerston, London, 12th -15th October, 2017, part of ‘And What? Queer. Arts. Festival.’ 2017

“Arranged in conversation with itself, the work is about queer cohabitation; the discussion, decision and continual renegotiation of the desire to live together. The materials used in the work combine objects and motifs that reference both the memories of time spent away together, along with hopeful future furnishing decisions.”