I’m an emerging artist/curator based in Vermont. Ceramics and printmaking chronicles the role of art in my personal transformation that creates a cultural practice of building social space for collective action.
Concepts are drawn from my personal experience of opiate addiction, sobriety, and narcolepsy. My work in addiction started with a vase referencing the 16th century Ming Dynasty period and original poetry.
My metaphoric use of vessels, porcelain, and illumination speak to an interest in art that communicates. The installation “And Yet I Shine” and the situated intervention on Lake Louise exemplifies my interest in the use of context and space.