“I playfully combined found images with those of historical artifacts to create a body of supporting evidence. This then started to form a pseudo-authoritative narrative that blurs fact and fiction.
This illustrates the research processes that underpin my practice. I spend a long time collecting information from a range of sources such as the Internet, literature, reference books, films and hearsay – or memory. I put this information together into new configurations to look at how knowledge is produced and history is constructed.”