Molten Salt / Temple

3D collage ‘Molten Salt’ made her second venture into the gallery environment at the Generator Members’ Show 2017, which previewed last night to an enthusiastic crowd. Child star Shirley Temple’s legs poke out from the internally lit, handmade fibreglass cast. Shirley is flattened and fragmented by the weight of expectation and the pressure to conform, and to be seen. The piece appears decayed, like a derelict house, the result of the passing of (imaginary) time. The show runs until 19th February and is a curatorial wonderland.
25/26 Mid Wynd Industrial Estate
Thur – Sun 12-5

Molten Salt / Temple mst_02

Santa Baby at Nomas* Projects

Thank you so much to Cully and Owen at Nomas* Projects, firstly for asking me to show in their windows on Ward Street (Dundee) and secondly for being so open minded. I couldn’t have asked for a better reception.


Special thanks to Aki who held up his phone to the window with the unforgettable message “lower the monkey”. That made my day.

Nomas is the only 24hour Gallery in Dundee. This show is better viewed drunk. 

Nomas* Projects asked me to ‘consider Christmas and the contrasts between its original meaning and what it signifies today’. The resulting body of work “Santa Baby” draws from religious and cultural iconography, personal and found photos, created and found text.

As part of the show I am creating a digital advent calendar. Here hare here.

I mean no harm.