In April I was selected as one of 5 shortlisted artists for Jerwood Open Forest 2016. For this second edition of Jerwood Open Forest, artists from across the UK were once more invited to submit bold, broad-thinking proposals that explore the potential of forests as a site for art. The initiative contributes to a national conversation about how contemporary visual artists engage with the environment today, and debates around critical practice and art in the public realm.

Over the next few months I'll be researching and developing my project in Forestry Commission sites. Keep track of the project on the JOF website: