Cognitive Surveillance2020-03-12T14:21:34+00:00

Cognitive Surveillance

‘Cognitive Surveillance ‘ is an on going drawing series, which offer an accumulation of experiences and memories.  Drawing is a duality of tensions; it is the visualization of the point where one thing becomes another, the edge between the worlds and how we feel to be part of it.

These drawings are not a description of what is being drawn but the possibility to explore and visualize the potential of what might be.

They attempt to go beyond the static moment and create an opportunity for participation – to explore what is beyond the image presented.

Drawing provides immediacy, a link between the senses, thinking and seeing.


Navigable Lines, National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port UK – 2020

Common Ground:Pacific, University Gallery Newcastle Australia. – 2019

Hunter River:Common Ground, Curve Gallery Newcastle NSW Australia. – 2019

Thresholds: The adjacent possible. The Tapestry, Liverpool. – 2018

Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival – 2017