I am not quite sure how to be a woman. It’s complicated, contradictory and highly surveilled.  I make videos, sculptures and wearable objects that attempt to rationalize my female identity.  The body is a sustained fixture in my work: as an armature, as an absent actor for constructed environments, as fragment and as the literal inclusion of my image. It is through these various modes of dis/embodiment that I negotiate the complexities of gendered existence. Crumbling ceramic and paper objects, pieced fabric forms, videos, beauty products, and delicate flowers reference splintered narratives and unwieldy terrains. Most Recently, I consider gender construction and the negotiation of contradictions within identity and performativity.