Aileen is particularly interested in the physical experience of time, movement, nature, and displacement and how they impact and disrupt our perception of the world. Her work draws on her experiences of living and working in several countries, among multiple cultures and languages. She draws from her immediate environment exploring the juncture where nature and manmade interventions connect. In her work Aileen plays with the power and tension created by these ‘collisions’, extracting elements such as line, shape and colour generated from multiple fleeting observations.
Painting, drawing, collage and sculpture form the basis of her work.
Aileen graduated from London Southbank University in June 2016 with a BA Hons Fine Arts. She lives and works in London.