My work is a pause, claiming space in time, to disseminate ideas through propositional architecture — scaled containers for the body that challenge ways of seeing and gendered conditions. Process-based and site-responsive, the things I make seek to understand the implications of individual nature on collective culture. I’m curious how subjectivity, as a mental construction, occupies space. My interpretation of the atmospheric layers of space around the body applies the theory of proxemics — analyzing the use of space as an indicator of culture — to determine where I end and you begin.
See Through Me, 2019, Clear resin, 40 x 34 x 1 1/2 in., Photo by Olivia Alonso Gough
Shame On Me, 2019, Video stills
Video by Matan Golan, 3:55 mins
Like A Glove (perimeter), 2019, Clear vinyl and thread, 18 x 12 in., Photo by Jenny Rafalson
In My Place (introvert), 2019, Resin, 12 x 14 x 1 1/2 in., Photo by Jenny Rafalson
WINTER, 2019, Instant film, 11 x 4 1/2 in., Photo by Ferrell Garramone
Be Someone (else), 2019, Concrete and leather, 34 x 15 x 3 in.
Room, 2018, Paper and graphite, 30 x 22 in., Photo by Will Michels
We Have Decided Not To Die, 2019, Steel, wood, stone, rubber, and concrete, 74 x 74 x 16 in., Photo by Alan Labb
Thing 2, 2020, Glass, notebook, wire mesh, 10 x 8 in., Photo by Divya Pande
Thing 1, 2020, Glass, rock, photograph, 6 x 4 x 3 in., Photo by Divya Pande