My work is about the place of perception, as shaped by personal history, the built environment, and sound. I express the confounding nature of my own deafness—through audible and inaudible tones, vibrations, and captions—to generate accessible experiences across differences. My tactile + lo-fi works of immersive installation illuminate terrestrial and electromagnetic phenomena which our bodies sense but cannot readily name. I explore alt-horizons by collapsing time, breaking and remaking meaning, and cultivating ecstatic magic.
Notable opportunities include installations/performances at MOCAD, Mattress Factory, Time Camp II, and Black Iris Gallery; speaking engagements at Virginia Commonwealth University, American University, University of Richmond, Portland Art Museum, American University of Paris, and TEDx.