b. 1992
lives and works in Providence, RI

The structure of home is perhaps the most intimate area where we imbue our innermost thoughts and memories. It serves as the divided demarcation and physical boundary of one’s private and public self. My work investigates the often quiet hidden labor within domestic spaces as objects and surroundings continually retain the stain of our relationships, experiences, and connections. In many cases, the effort in finding comfort and rest becomes affixed to the confrontation of demands from the external world. It is through the use of abstracted familiarities of furniture, household items, and utilitarian objects that I attempt to draw upon one’s interaction with the ordinary and to highlight the conditions of dissonant states that oftentimes remain latent.