I am a multimedia artist creating work with commentary on contemporary American issues through a lens of athletics.
Category: Senior Spotlight
I make cute and colorful illustrations, prints, and zines that touch upon the themes of love, intimacy, melancholy, and nostalgia.
I want to make work that makes people feel close to me when they see it, and have conversations with people about art that make me feel close to them.
My work consists of painting, sculpture, and taxidermy that try to answer questions about boredom, loss, and coming out in both my own personal and shared histories.
A lot of my work deals with how to make things fit into the uncanny valley without being bloody.
I’m interested in how horror tropes can be used to navigate ideas around love, safety and belonging.
I code tools that enable me to take on huge animation projects by myself, such as GATT, my 3D animated sci-fi series.
I’m passionate about environmental justice and am also interested in the cultural systems surrounding sustainable waste management.
My art practice usually revolves around the concepts of objectification of women, the ideas on consent, consumption, and existentialism.
I am currently working on a series of small, explorative, chance-based drawings that I hope might one day become ideas for costumes or props in an absurd ballet or film.