My art practice explores the body in pieces to express the slippery, formless, non-coherent self. Being in the body can feel like home, but it can also feel scary and unfamiliar. I use the ceramic object as a proxy for the body, disconnected from a complete whole. Nipples, mouths, creases, and mounds are merged and cut into truncated structures. Ceramic sculptures often live among cushions, lounges, and beds, using the language of domesticity as a metaphor for interiority and self-observation.

I explore relationships between animate and inanimate objects, perception, and the psyche. I present identity as expansive, multi-faceted, continuously shifting, and difficult to distill. My work ruptures the monolithic self and expands into a plural self, alienated and integrated with one another.