Safer In My Skin
MA Fine Art Interim Show
NB. Views and opinions of students in the degree show are their own and do not represent the views of the University.
Me, myself and I. My practice defined in one simple sentence. I have always used myself at the core of my practice, I use art as a way to unpack and understand past and current issues within my life. It was always easier to bury my problems instead of trying to heal from them. A lot of my work stems from depression and anxiety, how living with these mental illnesses affect how I view myself and my body. I use social media A LOT, probably as a tool of distraction, but it has also fuelled the fire with endless images of the ‘ideal body’.