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I’m currently diving deep into the depth of our collective understanding of reproduction, not only as a cultural, biological and social phenomenon but also as process. I’m interested in queer methodologies, Donna Haraway’s concept of ‘oddkin’, Glitch Feminism, Joan Jonas, and Xenofeminism among many others.

My eclectic and expansive interest in making work is an invitation to  question societal norms and explore topics such as desire, kinship, and family.  Often drawing from personal experience, I have a diaristic approach as part of my process. I use drawing, textiles, sound clips, field recordings, and personal texts as starting points for creative experiments that include installations, sculptures, participation, conversations and devising techniques to engage with people around me. 


I’d describe my work as often a hybrid searching for expressions that create fluid spaces and blurs obsolete categorisations, celebrating expansive ways of seeing and being in the world. 

My practice is interdisciplinary. I draw, write, make, research, sew, lead workshops, perform and learn.

I'm a recent associate artist at Open School East. Our group show We Danced Until There Was Nothing Left was curated by Maggie Matíc (Studio Voltaire) where I shared my audiovisual installation Incubator for Anothertime. I also recently led an event at Turner Contemporary (Margate) titled: Vulvas that Bite and Other Creatures in conversation with artist Flora Bradwell. 

My work has also been featured on Netil Radio, and as part of Lucy Orta Traces: Stories of Migration, Nunnery Gallery (Bow, London), and is available for sale through Felstead art Gallery (Hackney Wick). I have years of experience working within socially engaged community projects, often sharing my textiles skills as part of the offering. I was the main visual artist of The Molly’s Masquerade (2020-21) in partnership with St Margaret’s House and Heads Bodies Legs Theatre (Arts Council England, Heritage Fund UK), a year long queer community and participatory project where I contributed a textile installation exploring the intersectionality of the lives of 18th century London queer pioneers. I also co-led the R&D Imagi-Nation.png exploring the radical meaning of ‘care’ through electronic music and performance with theatre maker and Japanese punk musician Kazuko Hohki and participants from the Carers Centre of Tower Hamlets, using digital technology, online events and improv music techniques to devise the future of the project.


Exhibitions and Participatory Projects

Vulvas that Bite And Other Creatures: in Conversation with artist Flora Bradwell, Turner Contemporary, 25 jun 23

We Danced Until There Was Nothing Left, curated by Maggie Matic, 22-25 Jun 2023, Open School East

Lucy Orta Traces: Stories of Migration, Nunnery Gallery, Bow June 2023

Marking Time, Hypha Studios, 60 Conduit St, Jan 23

From Gardens We Feel Secure,Open School East Open House, Dec 22

In Vitro, Online Screening, St. Margaret's House, Apr 22

The Elusive Good Egg: Open Studio, The Create Place, Apr 22

Traces, Group Exhibition with London College Of Fashion, Nov 2021

Utopia, Eco-feminisms, Group Exhibition Oct 2021


Art 2 Art Chats, 2020 

Baba Yaga Collective, 2020 - ongoing

Molly’s Masquerade, 2020 - 21

Creative Resistance Craft Klub, 2020


Embroidery Mental Health Service, 2019

Fall Out Club, 2019

East London Tapestry, 2018-2020

Embroidery Loop meet - ups, 2017 - 2022

Moody Bright Designs - 2017 - present

Witches Of Odd, 2014-15 

Selected Performance Based Works

In Vitro, The Create Place, Apr 22

Baba Yaga Collective, 2020 - ongoing

Molly’s Masquerade, 2020 - 21

Fall Out Club, 2019

Embroidery Mental Health Service, 2019

Witches Of Odd, 2014-15 


Selected workshops

Mendoza Mania, Red Cross, 2023

Molly's Masquerade, Spoon Dolls (online and in person), 2020-21

Apple and Snakes Festival, 2020

Hackney Services Rehab, 2019

SCT, Choices Recovery community, 2019

Embroidery for Wellbeing, St. Margaret’s house, Bethnal Green 2017 - ongoing

Red Cross Fundraiser workshop series, 2018


Awards & Residences

Mendoza Mania, Heritage Lottery Fund Project in partnership with St. Margaret's House, 2022-2023

St. Margaret's House Artist in Residence, Jan 2022-Apr 2022

Arts Council R&D  Imagi-Nation42.png , 2021

Arts Council Project Grant, 2020

Arts Council Emergency Fund 2020

Heritage Fund Project Grant, 2020

St. Margaret’s House, Facilitator in Residence 2017- current

Fabrications, Facilitator in Residence 2017 - current



Improv Theatre level 1, 2, 3 - Theatre Deli, 2021-22

Mental Health First Aid , 2021

Trans awareness training with Gendered Intelligence, 2020

Sex workers Rights Training with Alex Hetchart of Sex Workers Opera, 2020


Published Work

Dust online magazine, 2020

Meander (poetry Pamphlet), Annexe Press, 2014



Open School East Associate Artist programme, 2022-23

MSt Creative Writing, University of Oxford, 2010-2012

BA Fine Art, Slade School of Art, UCL, 2003-2007

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