Whether I'm responding to a forgotten sculpture or the word's largest border crossing, my process is informed by the idea the world is a living museum, and we are its interpreters. I draw upon my interdisciplinary training in sculpture, performance, video, and social organizing for each project. My work becomes a form of social archaeology, amplifying perspectives and practices rooted to specific locale.
Playful questions instigate each project: following up on gossip, relics, and customs. I collaborate with people who approach their worlds with rigor and sensitivity, whether they be geologists, activists, sound artists, or priests. My goal is to co-create works that deepen our relationship to the places we live in.
Born: 1987, United States. I currently live in the Pacific Northwest.