Incorporating an interdisciplinary practice that combines sculpture, photography, and performative actions, while investigating relationships between social systems of organization and the spaces that our physical bodies exist within, I aim to question our familiar associations within everyday experiences through recontextualizing utilitarian objects and spaces—exploring ideas related to the hand-made and the mass-produced, the permanent and the ephemeral, and notions of community and shared experience in contemporary culture.

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