I’m interested in the struggle for public and community spaces as sites of play, invention, togetherness, celebration, economic survival, political expression, and resistance.
I use multiple media, often crossing into social practice, to explore connections in and between specific communities, cities, and places. With mapping processes at the heart, I pursue the less-known, the secretly historic, the problematic, the imagined and the contested. The process is messy, crucial, not always synchronous. The resulting artwork is expansive and possibly contradictory, perhaps even convoluted-- reflecting the experience of the city itself.