I am a London based visual artist interested in the relationship between the mind, body, and external environment. Informed by my background in neuroscience my work explores how embodied cognition, which elevates the role of the body in perception, can be elicited in a viewer. Working mainly with printmaking and installation my practice examines how human experience from a neural to an ephemeral level can be grounded through artistic process.
I graduated from the MA Art and Science course at Central Saint Martins in 2016. I also hold a BSc in Neuroscience from the University of Bristol in which I studied Synaptic Plasticity, Behavioural Neuroscience and Learning and Memory.
MA Art and Science, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London (2014 – 2016)
Dissertation: Does the body shape visual perception? Perspectives on embodied cognition and art
BSc Neuroscience, University of Bristol, 2:1 (2009 – 2012)
Modules including: Synaptic Plasticity, Brain and Behaviour, Learning and Memory.
Dissertation: Effect of 5HT-4 receptor modulation on the Mossy Fibre pathway in the Hippocampus.
You’re the reason our kids are ugly
MA Interim Show Committee, Central Saint Martins (2015)
Project Assistant, Invisible Dust, part-time(June 2014 – August 2015)
Learning Intern, At-Bristol Science Centre (April – July 2013)
Anatomical Scientist, Workshop leader Einstein’s Garden (August 2011 and 2012)
Administrative Assistant, The Studio (June – September 2012)
Anatomical Science Student Representative, University of Bristol (Septemeber 2010 – June 2011)