My new work has been a great deal of focus on human beings connection to living and nonliving things in our universe. The captured series examines how a technology is used to create identity and mind control.
My artwork documents people, places and everyday events in and around Brooklyn -- street scenes, waterways, gardens, store fronts and interiors. Subjects are immediate and emotionally charged -- childlike but true.
My work consists of performance, dance, painting, and video. I have always indulged in gestural movement when it is involved with painting or materials.I like to think of my work as a choreographical combination of expression.
In the simplest terms, I am a mark-maker. This making of marks, lines, scratches, letters and strokes is central to my work and leads, only incidentally, to an area that is about light, tone and texture.
I integrate painting, found objects, text, dance and sound to create installations that link my personal history to lesser-known history; I am currently working on a project about maids in the United States as I was a maid as an art student