My ongoing artistic research ties myth and technology together through the proposition that human commitment to the digital is profoundly rooted in the origins of human nature. The backdrop to this technological myth, or mythical technology, is what I’ve labelled Digital Colonialism.
In 2016, I was awarded a research fellowship with The Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, following my MFA in fine art from Goldsmiths. My work has been shown internationally in among other venues: The Jerwood Space and Whitechapel Gallery, London, Taipei Contemporary Art Center, the Islandic Biennial: Sequences Vll, CPH:DOX, Kurtzfilmtage Winterhur, Medrar, Cairo, Nottingham Contemporary, FACT, CCA, Glasgow International and Jeune Creation, Paris. I was awarded the Jerwood/FVU Awards and the Solo Prize at the Spring Exhibition, Charlottenborg Kunsthal in 2014.