I collaborate with people, plants and wildlife, to make site-specific actions.
I perform provocations and interventions that stimulate debate and invite participation.
I make time-based, iterative installations; assemblages from found and natural materials; landscapes that are Landscapes; objects and gestures.
My practice draws on playful improvisation and serious experimentation: an approach developed over many years of devising for performance.
I am particularly interested in the potential for using living materials to make works that explore the physical action of the making process, physical labour, authenticity as artifice, and the rules of exchange.