My art explores a ritualistic and regenerative relationship between my body and the earth as a means of self-healing.
Category: Senior Spotlight
My head is constantly running through images of people that have taken a part of or are still existent in my life and I generate real or made-up narratives around them.
I love HipHop to the absolute death and as it has tightened its hold around me, I’ve had to find ways to make its worth known in the academic art space.
I am not sure what I would be doing without my professors Leo and Katie. It’s so important to have people you can trust here and I feel lucky all the time to have had them as my mentors while I’ve developed as an artist and a person.
I am aesthetically and formally inspired by computer graphics and video games, trying to find “my hand” in digital painting.
I love to make objects that are enjoyable to touch and play with, in addition to heat activated kinetic works.
My art takes on the form of stories that focus on the frustrations and experiences of everyday life.
Intuitive artmaking helps me to better understand myself and the world.
By reuse and reinterpretation of an object, I try to create a space where my audience can have their own association and interpretation of the world that we live in.
I have been painting life sized canvas car parts which will be combined into one 25 foot long car-painting.