In the most recent series ‘Body as Monument’ the painting develops in many layers, paint marks touching, floating upon the underlying spaces fusing into a renewed formation. As in memory where layers are built upon in a lifetime's worth of experience. Body and soul in a site of commemoration. A monument acting as the embodiment of a memorial, private and public , it is inviting the viewer to come closer and enter its own space to participate in the painting. A testimony to its history, majestic and proud and scarred. To re-enact and re-perform my history.