My work in painting, moving image and writing explores feminist visions and re-visions of history.

Inspired by the desire for different kinds of languages—as between painting and digital animation; image and object; fact and fiction—my practice plays with the boundaries between forms, disciplines and genres: remixing elements from a range of sources (including theory, literature, anecdote, and archival material) to generate new imaginative and narrative resonances.

In 2022, I completed a PhD titled ‘Practicing the Difference: Reading Luce Irigaray with Feminist Science Fiction’, which considers feminist science fiction as a methodology to approach the speculative question of sexual difference raised by philosopher Luce Irigaray. 

In recent work informed by this research, I draw out qualities that constitute the genre of feminist SF—which I describe as thought experiment, worldbuilding, defamiliarization, fan activity, and sense of wonder—to think differently about sexual difference and how it resonates in feminist movement as both spectre and speculation.

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Good Bad Books?
Barbican, London
19 August to 28 September 2023

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Climate Action Commission 2024
God’s House Tower, Southampton

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