I was never very good at maths


'I was never very good at maths' (2014), are enamel paintings on metal and explore the idea of Bathos. They are failed Euclidean patterns that contain visible human error and reference geometric abstract art. They intentionally play with these references and use humour through using wobbly lines and an almost cartoon like aesthetic. 

Although the forms are geometric, they are somehow human. They are handmade and impossible to duplicate or mechanise. These visibly flawed paintings take a wry look at the idea of failure and play with the idea of success.