The function of art, for me, is to resolve conflicts — both internal and within an area of enquiry. My creative practice is concerned with the materialisation of psychoanalytic ideas through a variety of different methods of work. Having undergone interdisciplinary training in Spain, Portugal and the UK, I have made paintings, sculptures, videos, photographs and sound installations.

I apply a self-reflexive approach to making art. I developed this methodology as a way to study seduction for my doctoral degree and my current practice involves an exploration of hysteria through looking at what the hysteric’s body knows. This involves movement practice and the introduction of film and photographic cameras into the studio, not as documentation, but as a witness to the experience of the hysteric.