My practice spans categories of ceramics, fibers, sculpture, video, performance and installation to create conversations about the domestic sphere. In June and July 2017 I was an artist-in-residence at Guldagergaard in Denmark, with “The Architecture of Remembering,” an exhibition about the work of Nina Hole. “Let me clear up a few things,” (2016 MFA Thesis Show, Tyler School of Art) recreated an elaborate domestic scene with thousands of handmade objects, and centered on a 9 hour video, “Puzzle,” which showed a pair of hands working on a jigsaw puzzle. “Funeral for Minimalism,” an installation at the Tyler School of Art in 2014, critiqued the Dia Beacon exhibition which made no mention of Ana Mendieta’s death in its Andre show.
Since 2012, I’ve worked out of my studio at the Crane Old School in Philadelphia, and constantly rely on my varied background which includes electronics, programming, pie making, quantitative economics, dog walking, and critical theory.