Lock-down (2020)

With lock-down implemented and the rate of corona-virus exponentially spreading throughout the UK, I continue to document the role of the contemporary worker, with new orders from the powers that govern; ‘Stay at Home!’ 

 

This body of work has allowed the state of current affairs to determine my direction, I as artist and worker adapt to new circumstances of isolation, through a range of digital and material (object-based) interactions premised on themes of barriers, temporarlity and boredom; documenting emergent phenomena in these unprecedented times.