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I am interested in how we place ourselves in the world and how we read or present ourselves and our experience. My work is about the the objects or 'things' and spaces that we make and the stories they tell about our actions, relations and interactions, intended or otherwise. Often my interest is focussed on those things that are perhaps least functional (ornaments, souvenirs, found images/ cuttings) - the less profound of our creations. Perhaps they say more about us.
I studied BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting at Camberwell School of Art, London, graduating in 1987. Since then I have combined my work as an artist with a career in arts development.
Periodically, between 1993 and 2014, myself and five other artists based in the Forth Valley area of Scotland worked together, under the name of Hanging Together, to create one-off installations and interventions primarily, though not exclusively, in non-art spaces. Hanging Together were myself, Nicola Carberry, Carolyn Mason, Peter Russell, Val Shatwell and Karen Strang. www.hangingtogether.co.uk_
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