Throughout my work I use the language of textiles, which has traditionally marked the tension of creating time and space in women’s lives. The processes of collage and assemblage, much like a quilter’s piecing, let me harness the rhythms of interruption and constraint into something whole and sublime.
By reimagining materials through my formalist lens, I seek beauty in the overlooked, the forgotten, and in the repetition of the everyday. I use the simplest materials collected domestically and from my community, to ground my work personally while bearing witness to our interconnectedness. I cut paper ephemera out of its utilitarian origins and devotionally reassemble it through collage or knots, to become my map and meditation.