These five sets of drawings represent different ideas and technical approaches.
Made with liquid graphite on Mylar, these hybrids of drawing and painting are images of speculative futures. Each depicts a scene of inundation, a drowned world in a time of climate change. The diver represents how we might return to visit our homes and their environments in a radically transformed future.
These drawings derive from trips underground with cave guides. Developed in the studio from notebooks, and through a systematic drawing process, they show rarely accessed environments. Their passages and chambers carved over millennia, these images of caves represent unseen extraordinary spaces and non-human processes of deep geology and uncountable time.
These tiny drawings made with dip pen and ink take their lead from children’s book illustration. Rafts ask a simple, but difficult question; if you were fleeing home and rowing to a further shore on an improvised raft who and what would you take with you- family, friends, neighbours, provisions, tools, religious artefacts?