Through my practice I encourage people to reject the speed and sanitised perfection of contemporary digital culture and to embrace physical touch and human error. By means of visual research and a critique of socially engaged art practices my work explores the role of human error in a digital era, realised through analogue and digital processes, creating a discourse between traditional and contemporary technologies.
My work focuses on involving others in participatory events, investigating different levels of collaboration through an open and socially engaging practice. I have worked alongside participants at locations including Port Elliot Literature Festival in St. Germans and Cornwall’s Autonomous Zone at The Exchange Basement, in Penzance. Through a sustained investigation I intend to redefine error and gain a sense of the significance of human error in a digital era and how human and digital relations support one another.