top of page

‘Practice Makes Perfect’ explores the relationship of childhood education with popular ideas of the British nation, and how this forms British subjects.


This develops my practice exploring the effects of black British popular culture on self-formation. Responding to the current debates about black history within the National Curriculum and urban space, I approached the creation of new work for this exhibition as therapeutic ‘wish fulfilment’ in a time of uncertainty in education and wider racial tension.

Installation at Focal Point Gallery, curated by Katharine Stout and James Ravinet.

Images by Anna Lukala.

With thanks to Focal Point Gallery, Arts Council England and Bluecoat.  

More information on this work here:

bottom of page