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My work is focused on perceptions and expectations of the body. Motivated by a fascination with memory and place, I collect strange and obsolete objects from dumpsters and thrift stores to physically interact with and utilize through sculpture and land-based durational performance. By employing found objects and altering their form, function, and outward perception, I examine clashing social ideological issues.
I am particularly interested in antiquated objects and machines relating to physical fitness and beauty maintenance - these ridiculous machines forming an apt metaphor for the relentless power of a patriarchal structure and the absurdity of fulfilling societal expectations.
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