The focus of my recent work has been the architecture and psychogeography of liminal spaces, particularly regarding the relationship that women have with them.
I was first drawn to liminal spaces when I started to distance my work from touristic depictions of cities. I was interested in the idea of these being places we go through, rather than to. However, as I began to investigate these spaces, I was unable to ignore my own anxiety which eventually overshadowed the intrigue I had previously felt.
This anxiety manifested itself in my work through the unsettling visual quality of the unfinished drawings which creates a sense of urgency. All my subway drawings feature an exit, even if only a small fragment can be seen. As soon as a woman enters, she is solely focused on leaving. She only catches short glimpses of other details: a single paving slab, a flickering fluorescent light.