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A histories painter, my narratives draw on many historical, cultural and personal references, theoretical ideas and art criticism.

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Animation, Book Works, Digital, Drawing, Film & Video, Installation, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Sound, Text

My works are unapologetically wonky. Tender, funny, political, philosophical, conflicting, sad. A narrative painter, my practice draws on many historical, cultural and personal references, theoretical ideas and art criticism – trying to represent the endless flow of history on a human scale and gaps in the dominant narratives and a multiplicity. My themes include moral panic; ideologies; conflict and control. With wry humour. The narratives are often too contradictory for one painting hanging on a wall, so my work is realised across disciplines, in a range of media: drawing, painting, objects, photography, digital collage and film, performance via a cast of characters and research published as zines. In 2016 I began working with the limitless possibilities of science fictions, setting my work in The Near Future; building a world, mirroring and exaggerating what I see around me.


British. B. 1967 Nuneaton. I studied BA Painting, Camberwell College of Arts (2005-2008); Painting, the Turps Correspondence Course (2016-2019); The Royal Drawing School Drawing Intensive (2019), and MA Contemporary Art Practice/ Critical Practice at the Royal College of Art (2019-2021). I curate, teach, write and programmes artist talks. I am Resident Artist at the Museum of Youth Culture. My work is held in private collections in the UK and internationally.


Like the Myth of Pandora. Essay by Anna McNay. Art writer and Assistant Editor, Art Quarterly