Megan Calver originally studied English and American Literature. She made her first thin pencil lines on her thirty-eighth birthday in the sketchbook given to her by one of her two daughters. Since then she has made and thought about art, using any number of materials and methods to research an enquiry in hand. She thinks that a process-based practice such as hers requires both chance and self-restraint. It is a question of the balance between finding, giving up and creating what can be known.
Recent work includes quiet interruptions in public spaces and collaboration with Social Scientists at Bournemouth University on a project about memory loss.