My work is autobiographical. I have an interest in life experience and how it shapes perspective. In the context of a feminine lens, life intersects with my art. My social practice includes pieces, objects, and installations encompass memory, identity, and narrative. The concepts and processes I use transform everyday ideas and thoughts into discourse-producing artworks. I strive to pluck an idea out of the air, illustrate it with common objects or practices, then make a viewer question their long-held beliefs.
In my work, context is everything. Relationships are explored, changed, and reformed. In this Post-Feminist world, many themes of women’s roles in society abound. My multi-media pieces and performances illustrate past, present, and future feminine experiences.