Exhibition date: October 2011
My practice has always been quite reactionary to contemporary community concerns related to social justice. I have an undying love and fight in me for the underdog in all things, and an equally matched fondness for meditative, gestural acts to counter and speak to such discrimination and hardship. The outcome of these concerns and political acts of optimism often present themselves formally in sculpture, digital video, and performances.
I’m simultaneously concerned with human witnessing of the banal and the counter renderings of the invisible. Across the spectrum I remain equally engaged in transgressive work that challenges both the notions of art making, and its presentational norms.