22 March – 18 May 2024 – I can fit a fist in my mouth, curated by Seán Elder, Cubitt Artists, London, UK


video still of a furry blonde pigs face

I undertook a two month residency in November 2020 at Triangle France – Astérides, Marseille. While there I was focused on writing and trying to work ‘in camera’. I was particularly exploring the figure of ‘The Pig’. This included the idea of the chemsex gay pig, the pig as a police officer, the pig as a farm animal, the pig in relation to feminist critiques of meat consumption, the pig as cartoon character, the pig as too much, and greedy for pleasure, and the recurring motif of the pig in Claude McKay’s Romance in Marseille.

video still of a furry blonde pigs behind
photo of drawing on a3 sheet in red pencil of a pig smoking a cigar with a croissant on their belly
photo of studio desk with flowers in a plastic water bottle and a row of poppers
photo of reflection of me in glass window in a blue and white pyjama shirt