‘Nature never deliberates...its irrationality transcends human doubts of ambiguities, and in our submitting to it, or rather accepting it, we transcend ourselves. Our inner life is complete when it merges into nature and becomes one with it.’ – D.T. Suzuki
My art practice involves a multi-disciplinary approach through utilising painting, sculpture and installation to communicate my personal affinity with the natural world and to question its representation within the contemporary art context.
In my latest work I investigate my relationship with the sea and its environment, while drawing on theoretical influences from Dada, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Conceptual Art and Zen Buddhism philosophies.