Influenced by semiotics and an exploration of language that is familiar and normalised, leading to micro hierarchies within contemporary society. Focusing on the stigma associated with residents of social housing in the UK, it is a critical reflection of lived and researched experiences in an era of poverty porn. Semiotics and visual aesthetics are juxtaposed with the harsh reality of living with stigma.
Exhibited at '32 Brains', solo show, Arcadia Gallery, City Arcade, Coventry. 2019
For the Sake of a Shilling
Installation with projected moving image and sound.
An exploration of lost family narratives, memory transference, reimagined narratives, identity and place.