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Ever since I’ve had the capabilities to visually express, I have had a preoccupation with both the representation, and misrepresentation of anatomy and form. An inclination to palimpsest the human body- to distort it to its limits, whilst retaining it’s substantive intimacy. Although this was likely born under the guise of a dysmorphic relationship with my own body, its incessant thrust into my practice tends to serve as a way to navigate a collective dissociation between body and mind. Instinct lies in the misrepresentation of representation, finding comfort in the uncomfortable. Figuration serves as a tool to re-contextualise and rebuild intimately; those material, corporeal entities made oneiric and fragmented over time. ‘Morphe’ is the imaginary and the realistic relationship we have with ourselves.