Through self-exploration methodologies, Dannielle Goodey produces works that delve
into the human consciousness. Due to her fascination with the human psyche, the artist
choreographs immersive video installations that document nervous ticks.
Alongside her interest in psychoanalysis, Goodey is also inspired by the natural world. Light
shadow, texture, form, and repetitive patterns all play a part in the artists’ practice.
Goodey has been involved in collaborations such as Metamorphosis and The Artrix Theatre, and exhibited in several locations across the UK: in Plymouth, Redditch and Bromsgrove.
What have you enjoyed most when studying at PCA?
PCA has opened up many channels and opportunities for me to grow as an artist; I’ve mostly enjoyed spending my time expanding my knowledge and practice, as well as meeting like minded artists.
What are your future aspirations?
In the future I hope to further my practice by studying a Masters in Art Therapy.
What is your artistic style?
I’ve worked with various mediums throughout my time at PCA, however my practice is currently predominantly video based.