Thomas Duggan’s quiet yet complex and visually arresting practice is one of research, investigating and reinterpreting nature’s forms and materials while reinventing boundaries between material and method.

Forwards-looking and future-assembling, Thomas’ work seeks to find new ways of 'languaging' and ‘presencing', to give voice to the more-than-human world. Thomas’ practice is informed by a theoretical interest in bridging and hybridity between the human hand and the self-organising powers of nonhuman processes creating works that are both ancient and contemporary.