This is not an Empty Space

For This is not an Empty Space, we (myself with a group of local artists) took over one floor of an abandoned mill in Hebden Bridge. Through the combination of incongruous, dry fountains and “suitable”,  living saplings, this piece continues to expolore  themes of belonging, identity and sustainability.

Scaffolding with Nepenthese

Here is a  combination of glorious and attractive carniverous plant  with a hand-made spiky structure that in itself, points aggressively towards the plants soft, phallus like skin. It was shown in Temporary Artspace exhibition in Wakefield.

See-Thru House

With “See-Thru House”  we imagine the journey of the jasmine climbing through a house towards either an open velux window or a blocked perspex corridor. The perspex house was a scale model of the house we were living in London, just before moving back up to Yorkshire, in 2009. I built it for and planted … Read more

Negotiating Structure in perspex & wood

“Negotiating Structure in perspex & wood” was installed at Collyer Bristow Gallery in London – using a Spathiphyllum, peace lily, which is very good for purifying the air and adding more oxygen than most plants.