Since I began working as an artist, I have been interested in narrative, memory, domestic life, and the effect of place on our perception of these topics. However, changes both personal (having a child, reengaging with contemporary dance after 15 years) and global (political unrest, climate change), have pushed me to look outside this familiar territory. I have rediscovered my body as a material for art making: my physical self can be my most direct tool for exploring the world around me.
I can use myself to define boundaries, to fill spaces, and to call attention to natural phenomena. Coupled with drawing, my movements create an intuitive, empirical, and phenomenological basis for art making in the landscape.