I seek to develop new connections, visions, communities, and economies in my work. My practice is rooted in sculpture; I am particularly interested in space’s social, relational, and communal forms. My work is influenced by abject, direct action, relational aesthetics, and camp.
As an interdisciplinary artist, I work to instigate changes, dialogues, and transformations; conversely, being an interdisciplinary artist acknowledges a fluid modality; I am able to promiscuously move between fields, practices, and materials in pursuit of liberating visions, languages, and landscapes.
Since moving back to Virginia, I have become more interested in creating works based in and on the land. Part of this project includes the development of an artist residency, Old Furnace Artist Residency, which offers (free) creative spaces to encourage emerging, community based, and/or politically motivated art. The project services as the over arching title and ‘institution’ for a variety of my community and land based projects.