“remove to a different place, put out of the usual place; remove from any position, office, or dignity”
We are all suffering at the moment in one way or another due to the recent changes brought
on by a global pandemic. Some of these changes may be good, others may be bad but we
can all agree that physically, mentally or both… we are not in our usual place.
This body of work in many ways is a by-product of being forced into the digital world. It is a
culmination of both the failures and joys that arise when creating works in the digital realm. It
speaks to a desire to ‘create’ and to continue to ‘create’ in an unknown territory. Working
purely through a screen, devoid of physical hand and touch is the underlying obsession in