I want my art to make people feel something they never knew they wanted to feel.
I want my art to tell people something they never knew they wanted to know.
I desire for my practice to be embraced as a vehicle to speak and breathe.
an allowance for my art to persist in the real, in the honest and in the caring.
I want my work to provide a space for time and relationships to unravel.
a mobilization for my body to interact with a more vulnerable self.
an interest in how internal sensations can be translated to the external.
an archive of my bodies sensations through flesh, muscle and bone.
a craving for my body to experience tactility through the (un)known.