My work deals with contemporary political issues such as consumerism, globalization and
international power relations through an examination of visual symbolic language such as
corporate logos, national flags, and product packaging.
My work transforms the human body into a magical realist vessel for embodying archetypes of death, desire and our collective unconscious â€“those very things that make us most human and most enigmatic.
As a mixed-media artist, I am continually moving between concepts, materials, and processes such as sewing, printmaking, sculpture, and collage-making. My work examines voyeurism, tension, body language, and mimicry in social interaction.
Drywall, cabbage juice and coconut oil, rotting roses and cedar planks â€”my artwork distills a lived
experience into material reality. These materials take the shape of sculptural networks that serve
as biographical biomes.
My work oscillates between painting and sculpture, inviting spectators to not only question the
conventionality and practice of painting, but the opportunity to immerse themselves in an
imaginative, and seductive, mystical world. By usi