My art practice is process-based, involving repetition, movement and duration, and focuses on themes of time and transience, dislocation and memory. In my conceptual explorations of time I work with shifts and boundaries between scale, visibility, dark and light, control and chance, inspiring a fascination in the temporal dimension and liminality of space and the art/science relationship. While working in inside and outside spaces across different media, from performance to books, drawing is where it starts. Whether drawing with graphite or a camera, it is derived from thought and memory as well as observation, where the line is a recurring subject, signifying a journey, a continual moving between. Recent work includes exhibitions in London and New York, public performances in Lisbon and Vancouver, and artist residencies in the national observatories in USA and Chile.