While maintaining a professional practice as curator and mediator, I have continued my work as a visual artist. Although the practice of the curator has been a career priority, the two identities of Curator and Artist have remained co-dependent throughout: the discoveries of the artist have been viable to the insights and artistic views of the curator, and vice versa.
In a sense, my independent works as an artist illustrate and materialise my views as a curator. While in my role as a curator, I have come to approach the making of an exhibition as a collaboration art work. Likewise, many other aspects of working as an artist have matured my views as a curator. The interchanges have been subtle but profound.
My works intervene in and engage with public space in dialogue with a diverse audience. Areas of my practice have included site specific programmes and initiating new places for art interventions.