I am a play and research-based artist, writer and curator working primarily in sculpture, fibres and zines. My work spans a variety of topics and generally consists of a fluctuating rotation of 3-5 projects. These currently include learning how cultural linguistics effects everyday interaction, going up the down escalator as a metaphor for the digestive tract and primordial soup theory as a catalyst to explore order, chaos and cuisine.
The art I make is an effort to communicate interconnected narratives through the language of collections and repetition. I am interested in the power of multitudes and accumulation, specifically, how stuff deemed “extra” moves, seeps, trickles, multiplies, organizes, rebels, conforms, shrinks or expands within an established environment.
I am grateful to live, work and create on the traditional territory of the Attawandaron (Neutral), Anishnaabeg, and Haudenosaunee peoples.