My work explores liminal space - in between the familiar and the unknown - a waiting room of sorts where we are neither here nor there. Liminal space relates to feelings of eeriness, nostalgia and derealization. Using primarily collage, printmaking and assemblage I attempt to navigate this space of transitioning into the unknown by assigning visuals to an unfamiliar plane. Since I was a young girl, I’ve loved exploring alternative spaces - from empty church buildings and abandoned schools, to houses that are in the process of being built. I’m fascinated with these spaces, their history, what their possible future is and the entities that may currently be occupying these spaces in a transitional state. I like to combine and manipulate these different spaces, creating unfamiliar relationships in time and space.