His Words, Not Mine

A self-sabotaging look at old texts from past relationships and friendships sent from people superimposed over portraits of men unrelated to them. This work mocks the relatability of break ups in visual art found on Tumblr and repurposes them for humour.


Excerpt:

”when did he stop being a friend', when does a text say more about a relationship between two people than their own faces and physicality? he’s happy in the picture. he’s sad in the text. naturally progressive or unconsciously done, is it consciously done, do people have conversations about it?  the other half of the story is up to you. dichotomise the way
one h o l d s themselves in a picture vs. the way he h o l d s himself on a message.”


This series appeared in exhibition at Falmouth's Thrown Gauntlet Festival, January 2017.

This series was also featured in FOULmouth Zine.

Her Words, Not Mine

A self-sabotaging look at old texts from past relationships and friendships sent to people superimposed over portraits of women unrelated to them. This work mocks the relatability of break ups in visual art found on Tumblr and repurposes them for humour.

Excerpt:

”when did i stop being a friend', when does a text say more about a relationship between two people than their own faces and physicality? she’s happy in the picture. I am sad in the text. naturally progressive or unconsciously done, is it consciously done, did I have conversations about it?  the other half of the story is up to you. dichotomise the way
one h o l d s themselves in a picture vs. the way I h o l d myself on a message.”

This series appeared in Collectively Frigid zine 3.