Please tell us about your art.
I am continually intrigued by manmade interventions on the land, both physical and conceptual. As an idea-based artist who is not too worried about the distinctions of medium, I have employed a variety of approaches in my art, allowing myself a certain freedom within my practice. Painting will always be the familiar touchstone for my ideas and is the medium I love to return to.
My work deals with the landscape as an intriguing and shifting conceptual entity. In Scotland a lot of my work involved site-specific interventions. My work these days is linked to the connections I make within the landscape, which, I hope, tap into a universal truth. I am still searching for an understanding of my position in space, place, community, and nation; and my art reflects that continual questioning.