As an artist I’m best known for hybrid live art actions, unauthorised interventions, and collaborations celebrating dissent. I’m deeply motivated to respond to injustice and social inequality. I get excited by the power of live art as a strong communication tool, but I don’t sit so comfortably within the arts world. I hate how much of art gets marketed as a ‘product’. Also I regularly experience the arts world as exclusive, full of ego's and inaccessible to ordinary people.
Much of my work incorporates my concerns for social justice, building community and communicating about serious issues in a playful and humorous way. I’ve always enjoyed working with people, recently I have become a personal assistant to a disabled young writer/ inclusion activist who can't talk. To compliment this work I received Arts Council England funding to research and develop performance around the theme of inclusion, for more information on this project go to www.parkingisanobstruction.com