My practice is driven by an urge to document, break apart and make sense of memory, both in a personal and a collective sense. I see my paintings, sculptures, drawings and writings as examples of the flaws of preservation being a form of construction.
My work is an exploration of time, boundaries, organic processes, and domesticity. I work from my own experiences and those I have inherited. I am interested in the fluidity of truth and the power of having control over narrative. How many truths can exist at once? This is something I think about often.