100:1, 2017
100:1, 2017

(Detail) Fairhurst Gallery, Norwich 1 hand cut & 100 machine cut paper cloud maps hang on cotton thread like a cloud inside the gallery space, the cut out pieces lie on the floor like water puddles left from the rain Photography credit, Douglas Atfiled

100:1, 2017
100:1, 2017

Site specific installation, Fairhurst Gallery, Norwich 1 hand cut & 100 machine cut paper cloud maps hang on cotton thread like a cloud inside the gallery space, the cut out pieces lie on the floor like water puddles left from the rain Photography credit, Douglas Atfiled

Hidden Depths #2, 2014
Hidden Depths #2, 2014

Installation View, Hidden Exhibition, The Undercroft Norwich Hand cut map circles, pins and corks surrounding a drainpipe

Pieces of Norfolk, 2008
Pieces of Norfolk, 2008

Embroidery hoop containing a map of Norfolk. Inside the circle is a network of roads that appear to hover. The land is missing and can be found lying in exile on the floor. E.A. Abbott’s ‘Flatlands’ (1884) where a world exists in 2D has been hugely influential on the way I think about the natural laws that govern our everyday lives and how I can exploit or skew them in my own worlds.

Rotating Door, 2007
Rotating Door, 2007

(Detail View) - through the spy hole of burnt door

1000 Plateaus, 2010
1000 Plateaus, 2010

Installation view, Summer residency STEW Gallery, Norwich Created from a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle of the world; this work physically maps an imaginary reality in which the laws of physics are literally turned upside down. The book '1000 Plateaus' by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari , seemed very fitting, each piece of the puzzle is like a plateau – together the effect is like a cacophony of plateaus each pushing upward and outwards, in a bid for survival.

1000 Plateaus, 2010
1000 Plateaus, 2010

(Detail) Created from a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle of the world; this work physically maps an imaginary reality in which the laws of physics are literally turned upside down. The book '1000 Plateaus' by Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari , seemed very fitting, each piece of the puzzle is like a plateau – together the effect is like a cacophony of plateaus each pushing upward and outwards, in a bid for survival.

Hidden Depths #1, 2014
Hidden Depths #1, 2014

Installation View, Hidden Exhibition, The Undercroft Norwich Hand cut map circles, pins and corks surrounding a column

Aurora, 2012
Aurora, 2012

Installation view, Summer residency STEW Gallery, Norwich Using torches & gels, visitors explore a pitch black room, where hunderds of circular metal discs attached to the floor act as reflectors, casting unusual reflections on the walls