A commitment to social justice drives my research and practice. My visual, audio and performative works are intended to interrupt habits of viewing. Materials, tools and methodologies are contingent on the needs of the moment, but at the core of my projects are social inquiry and the use of sensory modes of perception in generating knowledge. I explore the potency of the invisible – and of the erased – within visuality, experimenting with materiality, with immaterial, non-visual elements such as sound and scent, and with participatory, collaborative modes of working. Within my visual art practice, the act of looking is interrogated.