My artwork reflects an idiosyncratic view. In my work, I deconstruct the physical states, history, and emotional connections that is part of the subject being reconnoitre. Having engaged subjects as diverse as modernist architecture, industrial history and self-image, my work reproduces familiar visual signs, arranging them into new pieces.
Often these themes are combined into digital art pieces that feature a course of rediscovery. The course of rediscovery might not been visually consistent through my art work but these art works are open to interpretation and can have its own influences depending on the viewers outlook. While I use a variety of materials and processes in each project my methodology is consistent. In most projects the materials are not always constant but are connected by reiterating concerns and through the subject matter. The subject matter of each embodiment of work impel the materials and the form of the work.
Each project is a separation from the last but will always be related to life experiences of my own. If that would be physical or emotional experiences. For my current project I am exploring movement of the water in the Clyde and how the water reflects the light. I am attempting to isolate the light in a digital sculpture but by also creating the feeling of being free like water being able to flow. The colour of the lights will create an emotional affect. Each person that will view this sculpture will be influenced in a different way due to their relations with the form of the sculpture and the various mesh of colours.