Introducing the artist

I am a young, queer conceptual artist from London


My art mostly explores mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and body dysmorphia. If you’ve experienced any of these mental health challenges, you’re not alone and it’s OK not to be OK.


I constantly think of the implications of doing conceptual art – it really is my calling. Ready-mades fascinate me in particular – taking something from the everyday and giving it consideration will hopefully make my audience and I see the beauty in the ordinary.


To take objects from the everyday and to turn them into new objects is also a sign of growth and progress. Art is like nature – it should always grow, bruise, it must be alive.


I use sculpture, painting and art installations to create an experience that requires the participation of the art consumer – this connection is very important to me.