I explore the relationship between physical space and psychological behaviour, investigating the balance between finite physics and indeterminate psychology, co-existing in both tandem and polarity.

 I believe space to be tenuous, formless and in flux, subject to mental interpretation and suggestion. I consider the human condition within architecture and its relational impact and perception of space; when altered and manipulated. Through a series of site-specific installations, I reconfigure existing spatial constructs and invite the spectator to take an active engagement into the habitual customs and notions of space. Uniting the variables of situation, environment and spectator, my practice seeks to enable an understanding of mental space and self-locus.