Bachelor of Visual Arts
One of the most fascinating things about art is the multitude of ways in which it can be interpreted. This is dependant not only on the situation in which the artwork is encountered, but on the viewer themselves; their experiences, culture, education, interests and memories. Similarly, an artist invests their own identity into their work, and the product can become the object of a unique conversation between artist and viewer. In my practice, I am interested in the transformation of common objects and their association with my own memories, as well as those of my audience.