Aesthetically, I appreciate the things many don’t; the kitsch, tacky and grotesque. The hyper-pop, DIY-aesthetic running throughout my work is influenced by my nostalgia for my 90s/00s childhood. Through set design, sensory spaces, surreal imagery and more, I explore taboo subjects through a rose-tinted gaze.
The Reprocessing Realities project encompasses my grandmothers journey with Alzheimers. As her condition worsens, her hallucinations and stories became more vivid. With vanishing doors, imaginary children, stones turning into sweets, I started to imagine an alternate reality that she was somehow unlocking.
My love for set design trickled into this faux reality, helping me to make
I am 1/4 of DEEP FAT FRIED art collective, aiming to make the art world more inclusive for all types of art and all types of people.