A personal enquiry into the experience of living in suburban America and the function of the house as a repository of dreams and anxieties of everyday life. The house is seen as an extension of the self and a surface for reflecting on social and cultural archetypes.
A selection of this work was presented at Project#2293 an on-site exhibition in a domestic space used by three artists as a source of inspiration to explore themes around suburban life and architecture, domesticity and identity. The exhibition was designed to elicit stories about the house in which it was shown, the life of its inhabitants, its patterns and forms as seen from three different angles.
A visual comment on social and personal isolation, the awkwardness, the distance that can be experienced and projected on the surface of a communal table.
STORIES FROM INSIDE THE BUBBLE
Audio installation 
SOUND PATTERN SERIES
 A multimedia project exploring sound, poetry and films.
HER, HAIR AND OTHER STORIES
Hopton Gallery Lofts 
performance, drawings on printed Japanese paper
SOLILOQUY IN PROGRESS
multi channel audio and video installation 
Fragments of a narrative become isolated and abstracted from their original context. The meaning is lost - the story is broken. Language is our main system of communication, a way of capturing experience. But often parts get missed along the way. Choosing to work with a story in an unfamiliar language, one loses the ability to control and preserve the meaning or reconstruct the events. The focus shifts to the missing parts. There is no longer a story but a choreography of sounds and words, an endless soliloquy, a repetitive variation of a fragmented language.
Performed by artist Rannva Kunoy, in her native Feroan language.
THE DRESS SERIES
[1998-2000] The dress as a kind of representation; a cartographic device that is the measure of the body, its location at every single movement, its activity.
3D fiberglass dress, projection, prints (multimedia installation)
Acava Studios-London UK  Artist's Space-NY  500 drawings on tissue paper, dress pattern, fabric and paper dress
The human body is central to how we perceive our identities. I use clothing and in particular the dress as the closest element to skin, one that shapes and defines the body and gives clues about identity, gender, femininity.
THE SLEEP RITUALS
Acava Studios- 
Extracting content from sleep, a seemingly inactive mind and body state by recording dreams, observing positions, gathering data.