Selected Works

Deep Storage
A collaboration with Monika Grabuschnigg
Sox, Berlin

Penultimate ode

Not allowed to rest, neither to fulfil the prophecy of inherent fears. Molten, entangled bodies of meaninglessness, weeping over the remnants of irrelevance.
A meadow of bitter-tasting flowers, all withered just before finding salvation, facing the eternal gloom of limbo. Stars and moons cast shadows that protect
us from death. Say goodbye, my two lonely friends, for you will grow from the roots of berry bushes and apple trees. No life-saving juice is dripping from
the honeycombs anymore. With ghostly fingers, the anti-ouroboros wrote about vulnerability in cryptic writing. Reanimated shells, shattered with the
mourning for an archaic and indispensable void. All is beyond loss, beyond the evaporating incense of apocalyptic self-realisation.

A non-integrated self, desired in the present, left in the past, walking with a cloud of thunder and a joker face into 15 years of future. Creating a tomb for
romantic ideas to avoid thinking about tomorrow. Defeating the daily giants, still haunted by the enchanted souls of the nonbinary. An empty, lifeless castle
covered in poison ivy, and sweet Oreo cookies appeal to the absence inside. Damp and doubtful masks falling in a space of nothingness with punk music
playing in the background. Guts exploding, spikes growing from within, contributing to the erasure of meditative ashes.

Text: Martin Maeller

Cater to You
Group Exhibition at Eigen+Art Lab, Berlin
Curated by Marie Gerbaulet, Hendrike Nagel & Elena Setzer
With: Cudelice Brazelton, Madison Bycroft, Anna Solal & Zoe Williams
Sept - Oct 2019

Punk Rock Possibility
Bisque fired clay, oil pastel, watercolour, wood glue, grout, strip light & found materials, 2018
 

Install

Images: Eike Walkenhorst

Growing Pains
Group Exhibition at Polansky Gallery, Prague
Curated by Christina Gigliotti
With: Emma LaMorte, Albin Loostrom, Aude Pariset, Alex Rathbone, Joe W. Speier, Camilla Steinum & Adam Vit 
Jan - Feb 2019

Image credit: Jan Kolsky

Possibility Box
Solo Exhibition at Museum Lytke, Leipzig
Nov 2018 - Jan 2019

Words
spelled in
slug slime
left behind
little poem

They read
can you hear the sound of an enormous door, slamming in the depths of hell?
Shiny, on
red brick

You listen
for the sound
of an enormous door, slamming in the depths of hell
Something you weren’t listening for
before

Install View

Punks is Hippies
Oil pastel, watercolour & pencil crayon on bisque fired clay, wood glue, flowers, 2018
5 x 5 x 9cm

Install View

 

Heavy Metal Possibility
Bisque fired clay, oil pastel, watercolour, wood glue, grout, strip light & found materials, 2018
68 x 99 x 15cm

 

Punk Rock Possibility
Bisque fired clay, oil pastel, watercolour, wood glue, grout, strip light & found materials, 2018
62 x 109 x 15cm

Debris and Burst Bubbles
Bisque fired clay, oil pastel, watercolour & wood glue, 2018
16 x 17 x 16cm

Install View

A Possibility Emerges (with Blueberries)
Oil pastel, water colour & pencil crayon on bisque fired clay, 2018
22 x 33 x 2cm

Movement Towards or Away
Etching on carbon paper, tape, 2018
29 x 21cm

Image credit: Marian Luft

Sinkhole
Museum Gardens, London

Cowboy (Stuffed Toy Prototype)
Glazed ceramic, found fabric, cotton, oil pastel - 2018

You Must Give Your Mind to All the Faces, 2018 - Edition of 66 glazed ceramics in collaboration with
Claude Eigan & Alizee Lenox for their exhibition FEST at Motto Books, Berlin & La Placette, Lausanne





Beach Show - A group show curated by Nick Lynch, Barassie Beach, Troon, UK


Infinity Loop - Woven Rug, 2018
 

Haptic House at HORSEANDPONY, Berlin
A group show curated by Penny Rafferty
2018


Install View - Image by Florian Oellers

Calendar for the Year (2019, The Future)
Bisque fired clay, oil pastel, water colour, wood glue - 2018

Calendar for the Year (2017, The Past)
Bisque fired clay, oil pastel, water colour, wood glue - 2018

All Plod is Twat
Bisque fired clay, oil pastel, water colour, wood glue, found fabric, cotton - 2018
Image credit: Rocco Ruglio-Misurell

Sluice Biennale, London - 2017
Duo booth with Phil Frankland presented by MILK


Communal Centre Peace
Glazed ceramics, denim, silk screened patches, fountain pump - 2017

Hunter Gatherer Nomad Local
Denim, bleach, cotton, silk screened patches, chain, fixtures - 2017


Hoarder Collector Forager Locator
Denim, bleach, cotton, silk screened patches, chain, fixtures - 2017

Untitled (Candle Box #1)
Glazed ceramic, crayon, candles, fixtures - 2017

Fantasy Direct at Yongma Land Charm Space, Seoul, KOR
A LARP group show curated by Isa Magalhães
2017


All That's Solid Goes Down the Toilet
Xerox print, 2017

Dormant Parasite - CBS Gallery, Liverpool
A duo exhibition with Alfie Strong
2017


Install view

Sunflower
Unfired clay, spray paint, custom fixtures
2017

Pot Plant or House Plant
Unfired clay, water colours and pencil crayon, custom fixtures
2017

Chunky Mutant Organic Berries
Unfired clay, pencil crayon, custom fixtures
2017

Everything's a Ruin Waiting to Happen - Cactus Gallery, Liverpool
Solo
2016

All this countryside is actually just the agricultural industries.
On the road, field parcels.
On the road, road-kill.

There is the natural world and there is the human world. There are few places where humanity exists in harmony with nature.
What would a true connection to nature feel like? Or to the world?
Mother Earth?

There is another industry, one that produces the means of replicating natural phenomena.
Others alter the DNA of plants and animals and disrupt the natural order in the name of profitability.
Some mine minerals to make phones and computers, the first cyborg generation.

The result: there can no longer be a true and sustained connection to nature or other humans.
There is no natural world.

Imagine the planet before the built environment.
There are a lot of things worth keeping and there are a lot of things kept out of reach.

Private property created crime.

Who are the squatters? Rich kids who like punk rock?
Desperate people attempting the autonomous zone? Anarchists or Manarchists?
Or is it a contrived attempt by landlords avoiding rate payments?

There is no place to talk about authenticity.
Famous/ now obsolete.

After all of this, equality is no closer to being achieved. There are only little victories, token reforms.
Class, race, gender, privilege, could be a memory, not a battleground.
The human has yet to be invented.

Acknowledging your appearance, try to create peace and freedom.
Optimistic, futuristic egalitarianism.
How can you help, not help yourself?

“Oh, to live in the country, with the chickens and those other things…”
Whose fantasy is this?
It’s just another way to be packaged off into a house, isn’t it?
Homes and offices are the jail cells of the soul, or something…

The separation of all aspects of the spiritual and the physical, natural and human-made.
The destruction of empathy and love.
Yin and no Yang

Limits of experience.
Limits of intellect.
Limits of imagination.
Limits of utopia.
Limits of one body.
Limits of democracy.



Install view

Happy Little Guy
Glazed ceramic, custom fixtures
2016

Living Together as Friends, Living Together as Lovers
Glazed ceramic, custom fixtures
2016

Untitled (Blue Fountain)
Glazed ceramic, polythene, corner beading, cable ties, water pump, found bricks
2016

Untitled (Red Fountain)
Glazed ceramic, polythene, corner beading, cable ties, water pump, found bricks
2016

Stemming from the Market
Digital print on silk viscose velvet, chain
2016

There is no Austerity but Urself
Digitally printed chiffon mousseline, cotton, eyelets, fixtures
2016

Self Portrait at the Stage of Totalitarian Domination of All Aspects of Life
Digitally printed chiffon mousseline, cotton, eyelets, fixtures
2016

Join in Building a Tower - Nottingham Castle Museum & Gallery, Nottingham
An exhibition alongside A World to Win, Posters of Protest and Revolution from the V&A Archive
2015


Install view

Like Living in the Mind of a Depressed Hippie
Cast resin, clamps, plexiglass
2015

Little Friends (Detail)
Cast resin
2015

Little Friends
Cast resin
2015

Flower Demands "END  HUMANITY, UTOPIA NOW!"
Digital print on chiffon mousseline
2015
 

No Need to Hunt, We Just Wait for the Roadkill - STORE, Dresden, DE
A group exhibition curated by Paul Barsch
2015

Install View

Destroy Everything
Digital print on silk-viscose velvet, handmade tassels, silk screened patches
2014

Hanging Out in Someone Else's Puddle
Silk screened patches
2015

The Angry Show - 55 Syndenham Rd, Sydney, Aus
A group exhibition curated by Rózsa Farkas
2014


Install view

The Last Crust Punk
Inkjet print, dreadlock, duct tape, ikea frame
2014