Dickson (b. 1987, South Shields) explores ideas of home through language, culture and vernacular architecture. Much of her practice relates to her birthplace in North East England and is
simultaneously a comment on contemporary society and a tongue-in-cheek reference to themes of
‘Britishness’. Working in the space between craft and digital manufacture, Dickson works both
physically and virtually, from processing data to create 3D models to developing systems of correspondence. Through social commentary, personal reflection and humour, her sculpture, video
and installations soften deliberately provocative subject matter including British class systems, AI
bias, intimacy, community, and isolation.