Aoife Desmond's working methodology is performative and interdisciplinary. Her practice questions human relationships to place and nature, particularly urban wastelands and areas of neglect. By exploring wasteland, she exposes relationships between production and entropy. She combines filmmaking, photography, drawing, performance, installation, sculpture and collaboration in constantly shifting variations. Her work is fed by the experiences of drift walks that she undertakes. She physically maps these walks using film and photography. Through these acts of walking, aesthetic journeys emerge. Linked to the work of the Situationists International, these ‘drift’ or ‘dérive’ walks seek to remap divergent landscapes. The visible outcomes of her work processes are sculptural installations, films, collaborative projects and photographic works that make up intimate, once-off events/interventions which reference locality, history and daily life.