Flora makes sculpture, writing, sound, video, and participatory events to explore the relationship between interior experience and the outside world, often through fantasy narratives, with an interest in how altered psychological states and storytelling can affect our understanding of shared spaces and their ownership. They draw from speculative fiction, folk art, philosophy, and theory about public space to think through these topics, often returning to themes of the weird and enchanted, and settings for communal experiences such as parties and clubs .

Flora studied at the Glasgow School of Art. Recent shows include I Should Coco at Staffordshire Street Gallery, London, Dancing in the Gamma Garden at Gallery 32, Bexley, Leighton in Collaboration, at Leighton House, London, FUN!, at GRAFT, Lancaster, and Draw out the figure you will make, at EMBASSY, Edinburgh. Flora was selected for Hospitalfield’s Graduate Residency in 2018, and has had writing published by HOAX, Sticky Fingers and Illiterati Texts. Alongside her art practice she works as a technician and tutor at Morley College.