"Plato's Symposium #1" is a drawn self portrait relating to the "The Myth of Aristophanes", a narrative of Plato's Symposium that paints the original human form as two bodies connected by a spherical centre. The myth imagines three human sexes through this image: male/male; male/female; and female/female, that were smite in half and separated due to their threat to Zeus' power. It has become a symbolic origin of both the gender-queer experience, and the concept of soulmates.
"Ode to the moon", 2016
Ode To The Moon is a performed movement piece that mimics the flow of liquid and the movement of polyps on the full moon.
It studies the influence of the moon on the reproductive habits of all living beings, with a focus on polyps- that instinctively mass-reproduce on the night of the full moon every month, and the human menstrual cycle.
In this performance the artist- symbolising menstruation- adorns herself in a ceramic coral body piece and moves through the ebb and flow of the moon's influence.
"Untitled, Study of Female Form", 2016
A diptych study of the female body through stillness and movement
"Acid #5", 2015
"Acid #5" is number five in an ongoing series of stippling drawings that follow the instinctive nature of ink on paper.