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I am an interdisciplinary artist whose practice is research-based. I make artwork to recontextualize relationships between society and environment.

 

I assign meaning to my work through medium, material, and iconography. Motivated by my lived experience, I meticulously study systems and their unfolding phenomena. I employ research, documentation, and collection to visualize stories within my areas of interest. In my practice, I bring visibility to topics I study, resulting in bodies of work as portraits of occurrence.

 

As an artist living in the Anthropocene, I visualize biotic and abiotic ecological impact narratives. My work promotes questions rather than providing answers.

I create to foster contemplation of our connection to and responsibility for the ecosystems we inhabit, inviting a deeper reflection of the complex relationships that bind us to our planet.

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