Paula’s art practice is a three dimensional visual exploration of the dilemma of what it means to inhabit a female body. Investigating through technologies of making the deconstruction and re-appropriation of the banal, the ready-made and domestic objects.
Paula studied under Griselda Pollock at the University of Leeds for the MA Feminist History, Theory, Criticism and Practice in the Visual Arts; this course had a profound and long lasting impact on the focus and direction of Paula’s art practice and academic interests.
'Domestic Front' (2016-present) Found furniture, paper and plywood. Dimensions variable.
'Rupture' (2018) Found shelves, paper, plywood, glass marbles. Dimensions variable.
'Witchcraft for the 21st Century (2018) Paper, plywood, plastic shot glasses, salt. Dimensions variable.