Date: June 2021 - now Description: A Milieux funded research-creation project that fuses the process of handmade "debris-filled" paper and electronics to play with interactivity, and the ephemeral nature of paper. Follow the journey on Instagram.
Date: 2015 - now Description: A personal comic that explores the ups, downs, and in-betweens of life. Published online bi-weekly. Click on the image to see the full collection.
What Is Art For?
Date: January 2021 - May 2021 Description: Web design and content management for a client that involved over 80 pages that linked with one another and had to be easily navigated between.
Dates: August 2020 - now Group of artists spanning multiple countries that work together to explore our interactions in public space both together and apart. We explore how the disembodied tool of the internet can be used to interrogate the very embodied experience of moving through and being within public space. Just as the Polly Pocket does in this photo. Placed on the end of this pipe as a point of curiosity.
Welcome Home Paper Making
Date: August 15 2021 Tricia Enns leads participants of all ages in an afternoon of paper making that incorporates materials from the immediate natural surroundings. These paper based creations challenge the participant to consider where “home” begins vs end, and how they can engage with materials in their home with new found curiosity.
Be The Wall
Date: Oct 2019 - Dec 2019 Description: A performative and technical project that interrogated how we interact with the city as we move through it. Wearing a "talking suit" I designed using a sound board and homemade pressure sensors I stood at different points in the city and allowing the suit, painted as a wall, to vocalize potential narratives of material world around us.
Date: 2012 - now I like to play with what we consider of value and use waste products, such as old silver jewelry and bicycle tubes to create beautiful new pieces of jewelry. Working with my hands I challenge what creates value, is it the materials or the memories associated with the materials?
Date: Feb 2020 - Apr 2020 Description: A performative work that plays with how feelings of intimacy can be generated and lost through how we interact with spaces, including highly functional spaces, such as metro stations. Click on the image to see the final work produced.
Date: May 2019 - June 2019 Description: An exhibition of hand drawings and prints that contrast feminine sexuality with honeybees, centring around personal exploration and scientific research. For more images and/or purchase prints please contact me directly.