Tag: patriarchy

  • Puppets, Power and the Patriarchy

    I revisited this film last week, whilst deciding whether to include it in an art award application. It was fascinating to watch the process of the puppets being made, including the undoing of bits that didn’t work. I thought I’d cringe at my reflective narration but actually it feels even more relevant six years on.

  • Square Dots #1: sexism and dinero

    If you would like to know the price of Square Dots #1 contact me. If that statement makes you nervous, there’s no pressure to buy. Do feel free to ask me questions about my work. Read on for insights into my painting process…

  • White Trash #1

    If you would like to know the price of White Trash #1 please contact me. If that statement makes you nervous, there’s no pressure to buy. Do feel free to ask me questions about my work.

  • Power Up (2018)

    In September 2018 I attended an art course: Graphic Novels Real Life Stories run by Ottilie Hainsworth at Phoenix Brighton. During this course we were invited to make a mini graphic novel, using an existing booklet as the structure for it. I chose a Ditchling Museum booklet and created something unexpected that I decided to […]