I am a multidisciplinary artist, curator and educator whose work explores interrelated concerns of capital and decoloniality through practice-based research. I am currently completing an MA in Arts and Education at BCU. I recently contributed a chapter/epilogue in ‘'The Infrastructures of Security' (published by University of Michigan Press). The essay documents a conceptual artwork looking at surveillance technology and the ongoing privatisation of policing and security in Johannesburg.
I work across painting, drawing and video, exploring the manipulation of digital and analogue material through installation, movement and performance. Using multilayered references to create fictional imaginings that draw on real life events / people in order to engage with culture from a contemporary and critical perspective.