In my art, I explore the intersections of bodies, environment, gender, and relations across difference. My emphasis is on accountability, manifesting the pull I feel toward stories that are left silenced or unspoken. To this end, research, oral history, and nonfiction narrative are vital to my practice.
I am a queer artist. My queerness and my art-making erupt from a deeply felt sense of myself in the world. I desire a world in which a multiplicity of identities, of personhoods, of ways of being are ecstatically celebrated. This ebb and flow within my body and my being allows me to see the world a kilter, to throw off the mantle of unequal power and envision new possibilities for relating to each other as fully realized and fully seen human beings.