Banner (each): Felt, Organic Cotton Canvas and Dowel, 182 x 148 cm
Kubrick Colouring Books (2015) are three subversive colouring books depicting films by Stanley Kubrick, based on research into the Stanley Kubrick Archive, held at the Archives and Special Collections Centre at LCC. Using the juxtaposition of adult themes and an item synonymous with children is used as a device to encourage a discussion about the evolution and future of children’s entertainment, at a time when children are increasingly exposed to adult content online.
Book (each): 29.7 x 21 cm, 80 pages
A timeline detailing female artists through the history of art from B.C. to Present. This timeline is in response to E.H. Gombrich's 'The Story of Art' not including any examples of female artists.
Timeline: Off-set Lithograph, Silver Ink on Black Paper, 70.7 x 25 cm
'Korkimon' an artist catalogue produced in 2017 documenting the Icelandic artist's works from
2014 - 2017 leading up to her graduating show at Sarah Lawrence College, New York.
Book: 25 x 17.6 cm, 104 pages
‘The performance of self through the facade of others: Achieving catharsis in four minutes and 59 seconds or less’ explores the idea of how performing through the facade and embodiment of performers such as Beyonce, Whitney, Elvis or Madonna we can achieve a sense of permission to express in a way that we can’t typically.