I am an interdisciplinary artist based in the land we currently call San Francisco. I practice in solidarity with thinkers across fields undoing the construct of “nature” as a thing separated from us and our world. My work is informed by how we each negotiate our day-to-day realities amid an awareness of the overarching specter of climate chaos, mass extinction—and the social unrest this rapid change and unprocessed grief produces.
My work makes space for the unspoken individual and collective experiences of loss, heartbreak, and grief. I approach these issues with an interstitial practice encompassing writing, drawing, painting, photography, video, sculpture, social practice, seed planting, and activism. In recent years my work has begun to directly incorporate habitat restoration—collaborating with wildflower and native grass seeds and oak acorns. These divergent bodies of work include the living sculptures in this show intended for both human and non-human audiences.
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