My art practice is concerned with the social context of places and involves creating works and projects in public settings, rather than galleries or black box theatre spaces. Working in a variety of forms and media I make interventions that engage with their location to create temporary communities or shift people’s experience of a particular place. They may also explore the changing nature of locality in relation to the everyday use of social media and consider a technologically mediated experience of place.
Over the last few years, I have investigated Twitter as a medium for live performance and interaction. The series of projects has mostly been in collaboration with Seven Art Writers collective, and use performance scores to structure our collaborative live writing on Twitter, over extended periods of time.