Titus Davies makes art using sited installations, photography and collage. Her site specific works explore and animate the politics / histories of the chosen place. She is interested in using ruptures and matter out of place to play with the interface between the built environment, the domestic, and the natural world. Davies completed a Fine Art MA at Wimbledon School of Art in 2010, basing her final show on the politics and poetry of wild fruit and the ruins of rural workers’ housing. Alongside making art, she designs and builds bespoke furniture. Davies trained as a carpenter in the early 1980s, when access into the trade was opening up for women, and has made her living as a woodworker ever since. The spaces within houses and furniture have often appeared as motifs in her artwork. Davies is based in Hackney, East London.