I work with the transcendent qualities of water, earth, forests, light, and time to explore our entanglement with the world. How can we engage these materials as threads to mend our severed relationship with the Earth, each other, and non-humankind?
In response, I develop and perform rituals that result in sculpture, performance, mark-making, time-based media, and social engagement often from the lens of Jewish teachings and mysticism. These actions and the resulting works become imaginative tools that magnify and maintain my entanglement with the world.
My visual language seeks to contribute to collective conversations and questions about how we may enter into greater reciprocity with each other and non-humankind. By building objects and spaces that weave experiences into new relationships, my work shifts perception to generate more connected ways of seeing and being.