The artworks in “Love & Lust” are all drawn with graphic markers using the stippling technique. The stippling technique creates a soft lens in which encourages the viewer to explore the concepts of love and lust from a personal and intimate viewpoint.
Each of the drawings are a depiction of a moment of sexual encounter. In the “Love & Lust” series the subjects in the drawings are cropped to create a sense of intimacy and make the viewer question what is outside of the frame. The drawings are ambiguous in nature to question if there is a difference between love and lust. The obscurity of the drawings attempts an objective perspective on sex. The drawings explore the concept of sex as simply an experience of intimacy questioning if it important to categorise a sexual experience.