The general view today is that the world revolves around ourselves, as human beings, with a tendency to become increasingly disconnected with the environment in which we live as technology advances. Yet the current immovable reality remains that we live in a world of limited resources and are dependent upon the landscape in which we live. Jane's art projects sit within this juxtaposition of contradiction within our contemporary society.
She accepts that life is cyclical and in constant motion, that we move inexorably from life to death, yet it is also the space between that fascinates her.
She is particularly interested in: the weight of collective and individual memory, states of liminality that result from natural and man-made disasters, how we deal with randomness, how we choose to communicate and how we make sense of the world around us. Her work naturally draws her from an outer to an inner world.
Tending to work in series, Jane is a process artist who works in a variety of media including painting, sculpture, installation, drawing, photography and sound; selecting materials and methods that best express the ideas she seeks to convey.