It's Love, 2021
Found object installation
As part of a ritualised practice, I hunt for unloved objects that want me. Sometimes they whimper and sometimes they scream, but they all want something. They all have desires and I am obedient to their whims.
What emerges is a spectacle of strange beings, embodying a psychological complexity; one monstrous form loving another. “It’s Love” brings together elements reminiscent of childhood rituals of play, domesticity and sensuality, harking to the ancient and the afterlife, to present a curious world that collides with the macabre. In the abandonment of rationality, these things become other things: whimsical and political in their commitment to recognise, create, and possess both the self and the other.