I make objects, build environments, and tell stories to change viewers' relationships to the real-world structures from which my work originates. I work to help viewers understand the city as a site of expression and experimentation while also recognizing and challenging the city's geographic, social, and political boundaries.
I work with the knowledge that we often see ourselves as moving through the city, indifferent to any will the city might exert back upon the body, mind, or spirit, but I believe that it is possible to be in reciprocal dialog with the city. It is possible to create a porous, malleable, and generous experience of the city. In doing this, all urban spaces, no matter how marginal, ambiguous, or seemingly impenetrable, become full with feeling.