top of page

artist statement

Focusing on photography as critical space-making (private and public), I explore the visual relationships between materiality and sacredness within a critique that centers on the politics of colonial, and post-colonial visualities.


I study, exercise, and perform expanded photography, using it as a site for critical engagement with the relationships - cultural, social, political, aesthetic - between sacredness and materiality. I expand photography beyond its frame while still preserving it; I make photographs that both reveal and conceal. I add photographs to cases, to strings. I print them in reflective metal, making the viewer part of it. I use photography to make an immersive space, I perform with it, and I let photography be performative as a thing itself.


bottom of page