I’m most excited about my work with material technologies on the fringe of abject.
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I’m trying to wrangle a whole bunch of big ideas about capitalism and family and memory and trauma and empathy and the super out-of-touch idea that humans can somehow ‘escape’ into space.
My work references the things that reside at the edges of our awareness and understanding; the impossibly big and the incomprehensibly small.
Since working from home: “It has been productive and healing to be able to revisit old practices such as painting and drawing.”
I’m currently working on a 22,500-page co-authored digital book that documents 22,500 square feet of the CFA Lawn.
The images I study are the easy or obvious representation of socio-political differences, but by working with them, I can complicate their intake both materially and as an attitude interpersonally.
I use sport and athletics as a language and lens through which I see and create my work.
I call myself a sculptor because someone once told me “everyone has a vague idea of what that means, but no one’s willing to ask.”
I’m interested in constructs of the self, overlapping planes of reality, and cute things.
I work mostly in photography and visual narrative, but I think a lot about stories that can be told through the invisible.