My practice reflects upon the anxieties born from the mundane and everyday. It is driven by a chaotic urge to recreate the banality we experience in our daily lives. I want to celebrate the simple human need to undertake humdrum tasks and to own monotonous amounts of material things. However, it is also a critique of why we consider many of these tasks and objects to be necessary. We are aggressively told on a daily basis to consume products and complete tasks that in some way will better our lives and our beings.
Within my practice I have begun to create my own utopic version of this reality. I wish to highlight these normalised practices as oddities through familiar objects, overly exaggerated colour and shape which I hope will warp the viewers perception of domestic life.