My work scrutinises the media that broadcast messages onto our streets and into homes and virtual lives, identifying particular institutions and operations, from fringe religiosity to commerce, which, while being a fundamentally embedded part of our daily lives, seem nonetheless to inspire unease, suspicion and mistrust.

Through a varied approach to translating concepts into physical works, I combine production and reproduction techniques including print, machine-made sculpture, installation, photography and video to force recording and play-back devices to scrutinize one another, creating puckers and exposing gaps and delays. The pristine technological surface is ruptured, undermining the efficient communication that these channels rely on.

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