ABOUT WORK IN-PROGRESS
Marlene. Retrieved via trash-recovery software from my computer. Digitally printed silk.
Madame X. Retrieved via trash-recovery software from my computer. Digitally printed silk.
Sid. Retrieved via trash-recovery software from my computer. Digitally printed silk.
Collective Vomit. Images found via trash-recovery software on USB sticks belonging to participants of a workshop.
Terms and Conditions. One fifth of Airbnb’s T&C we agree to when using their service. Marker on dust-sheet.
Trust Me. From my spam folder. Acrylic on cling film.
We. From my spam folder. Acrylic on dust-sheet.
I need. From my spam folder. Marker on dust-sheet.
Help. From my spam folder. Marker on dust-sheet.
Veintre de Tiburón. Image found on used USB sticks bought in the informal markets of Cali. Digitally printed silk.
Veintre de Tiburón. Images found on used USB sticks bought in the informal markets of Cali. Digitally printed silk.
Untitled. From the spam folder. Digitally printed vinyl.
Zebras, Blanks and Blobs. Image families from the University of Edinburgh’s collections. Artist book.
Red Dots. From the University of Edinburgh’s collections. Artist book.
Triangles. From the University of Edinburgh’s collections. Artist book.
Triangles. From the University of Edinburgh’s collections. Digitally printed vinyl.
Red Dots. From the University of Edinburgh’s collections. Digitally printed vinyl.
Curves. From the University of Edinburgh’s collections. Digitally printed vinyl.
Pointers. From the University of Edinburgh’s collections. Digitally printed vinyl.
Zebras. From the University of Edinburgh’s collections. Digitally printed vinyl.
Hits and Misses (from the archive). One of the University of Edinburgh’s collection entries which at the time of Hits and Misses had never been clicked-on.
Hits and Misses (from the archive). The entire digitised collection of the University of Edinburgh. Digitally printed silk.
Hits and Misses (from the archive). The entire digitised collection of the University of Edinburgh. Digitally printed silk.
The Least Important (Talbot Rice). Made with the 'least important images', sourced via open call. Commissioned by LUX.
The Least Important (Art Licks Weekend). Made with the 'least important images', sourced via open call. Commissioned by LUX.
Memory vomit. Retrieved via trash-recovery software from my computer. Digitally printed silk.
PHOTOGRAPHIC CREDITS

Nicole Bachmann, Birch Contemporary, Fabienne Hess, Like A Little Distaster, Chris Park, Antonia Reeve, Gert Jan van Rooij, Tenderbooks and the University of Edinburgh.