My practice is both contemplative and labor intensive. I am an artist who engages with somatic, emotional and psychic notions of an intellectual experience that can potentially become material and immaterial expressions of an embodied inheritance. I am interested in how the body translates visceral information within a space and how a space can become a potential expression of a shared relationship. My work is layered in drawing, performance, video projection and installation, reflecting on the generative process of translation as a tool to investigate the possibility of endlessness in place-making and shape-making. I find, break, mold, shape, replicate and alter simple forms made of paper, fabric, wood, concrete and plaster. By constructing, deconstructing and reconstructing materials, I seek to recall, rediscover and restore the transformative qualities of each process as it relates to identity in flux, intimacy, loss and resilience.