The winner of the Arte Laguna Art Prize 2016 and the Global Sustainability Art Prize 2015
I create kinetic sculpture, performances and films as a means to explore societal trends or possible futures. I use a broad range of media and approaches and enjoy collaborating, this keeps my practice exciting. I want my art to be accessible and to foster debate, to be easily argued over. I’m fascinated by Jacques Rancière’s idea that the power of political art lies not in the tension between the art and its inherent politics but in the tension between it being simultaneously art and non-art: a hundred years after the idea that anything could be art, that art may be infected with non-art and become both more powerful and less valuable.
A graduate in Fine Art at Cambridge School of Art (2015), I live in Essex with my wife, the author Clare Mulley, our three daughters and a lurcher.
Ognisko Polskie, London. ‘Krystyna Skarbek Memorial’
Cambridge, UK. ‘E-luminate’
Eastbury Manor, Barking & Dagenham. ‘GLOW’
Hundred Years Gallery, London. ‘Not a Champagne Life’
Arsenale, Venice. Arte Laguna Art Prize – Final Exhibition
Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. Art Language Location 2015
Cambridge School of Art, Cambridge. Degree Show 2015
Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge. Global Sustainability Institute Art Prize & Exhibition
Changing Spaces, Cambridge. ‘Confined 70×70’
Changing Spaces, Cambridge. ‘Contingency’