Undergraduate student of art, gender, and anthropology at the University of Chicago.

I am interested in structures of memory and cycles of time, and the degree to which we can disturb, dissolve, and extend them. When I think about time I think about space, I consider the representation of moving through that space as a way of time keeping. It is physically impossible to condense time into an isolated material object, at least within the dimension we inhabit. So instead of wrangling with the impossibility of complete control, we can understand time by becoming the medium through which it passes. In that sense our bodies and the knowledge they inherently possess become the perfect subject.

My practice seeks to use themes of the body: Its physicality and its affect, its growth and its decay, and its ability to produce and retain memory, as a means of navigating and furthermore, make meaning out of the world we occupy.



Swandive (2013) details

Cast resin and bird feathers, welded steel frame
20” x 15”

Swandive (2013) details

Cast resin and bird feathers, welded steel frame
20” x 15”

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