- MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art (2021-2023)
- BA Hons Fine Art and History of Art, Goldsmiths University (2016-2020)
Cross-disciplinary research widely examines themes concerning the formation of subjectivity within a neo-capitalist context. Artworks include performance, kinetic installation and sculptural work using biomaterials (bacteria and fungi) alongside technological elements such as Arduino microcontrollers. Key projects include a five-year artistic partnership under the name SYN that used the female body and subjectivity to explore the complexities of symbiotic relationship. The female body is conceived as the embodiment of the cyclical nature of human life, thus challenging the neo-capitalist conception of linearity of time and space. SYN set the context for the body of work created at the RCA which raises questions around the fragile and finite nature of bodies.