Combining science and art has always been a particular interest of mine. As my work has evolved, I have found myself drawn to representing the physical world we are used to, and a more surreal interpretation of what we believe to be true. I aim to combine my understanding of the physical and virtual world in my work through the medium of drawing.
My current work is centred around the premise of Simulation Theory, this is a theory that proposes that our existence is a simulated reality. This simulation could be created by your conscious mind or an extremely powerful computer program. To explore this theory effectively in my work, I am drawn to glitch and the textures created by corrupted digital code which I then integrate with people from my own life and surroundings to depict my lived experience as a simulation that the viewer can observe.