I work in a variety of roles sometimes performing , sometimes making, sometimes facilitating, sometimes curating and I allow my personal circumstances to lead the development of my work. I am interested in the process of making art and my performances usually involve open interactions with audiences/participants. I often collaborate with artists who work in different disciplines to produce performances, projects and exhibitions.

Following an eight year career as an Occupational Therapist I find that the psychologies in the art world fascinate me. I view the structures, economies and nuances of the art world, as an outsider and I adapt my activity to fit, rather like a therapist adapts to the different needs of the client.

The Suburban Pavilion
- the big shed project - and, The Back Garden Biennale - the contemporary art event in my garden - both transform domestic situations into art projects.

My approach to image and object production and assemblage is analytical. I am searching for ways to change the meaning of recognisable things, by introducing new compositions, contexts and concepts to what already exists. Where is the line between the ordinary and everyday scene or object and it's cross over into art? For me this is where the magic is, "art is the flash that rises from the embers of the everyday", Jean-Fran├žois Lyotard.

me in the Prague appartment 2009
Fanny Craddock Pollock: me in the Prague appartment 2009