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As a post-digital artist based in the commercial-media capital of the world, my work deals with the political nature of my virtual and material identities in the hyper-capitalist network of conceptually driven aesthetics that is Los Angeles.


My concerns stem from an inherent fascination with presence and the material. I am interested in comparatively investigating, and conceptually merging where we place ourselves when time and space are factors, and when they are absent. Consequently, my explorations in how ephemeral and physical structures of many varieties (ideologies, institutions, buildings, power dynamics, etc..) shape our identities to fit within them, become integral to the work through attempted subversion.


With this interest in the continuum from virtual to physical, I create installed, iterative works that often incorporate sculptural, and projected elements as a means of creating a space and experience of consequence and criticality.