My work is an exploration of selfhood, memory, and longing through the mediums of textiles and mark-making. I'm particularly interested in the process of art as a way of knowing; in the same way that trauma, anxieties, and emotional pain can be carried in the body in ways that transcend conscious knowledge, so too can the practice of art generate forms of knowledge . I'm interested in the places that knowledge lives beyond the mind.
Much of my work is autobiographical, and I use stitch as a way to capture feelings, sensations, and textures associated with particular experiences.
I am also endlessly interested in boundary-objects, connection and isolation, communication broadly defined (sonic, linguistic, material) and rupture.