My practice recently has involved creating surrogates and obstructions for my body, recording my movements as kinetic loops, and measuring wear and erosion in handfuls of dust.
Shape- whether simple, geometric, body-like or formed out of indentation of our bodies- is crucial to my work, and creates a space between verbal and nonverbal. In my sculpture semiotic elements can be found, usually mirroring the environment or architecture around me. This practice–often casting a space, an object, or a body in motion–responds to the conditions of a site. I’m interested in domestic spaces that are often overlooked despite being a place where one may spend much of their time.. The inconspicuous nooks in walls, the floors, and the corners are the points of departure for my installations. My work often emphasizes their presence and materiality, and together- I, my body, and the space interact with each other.