My work blends elements of religion, mythology, and the feminine. It is largely inspired visual culture research exploring the History of the Shadow, Film/Literature, and the symbolic nature of Water in connection with the human form. I entwine them with narrative to invoke a broader context to discuss the fractured world and the Other. In order to do so I strive to look more closely. Sometimes through a mirror, at the Other and sometimes at my shadow (both the outline and my doppelgänger.)
Theses ideas allow me to express the cyclical nature of our lives. To be forever waiting. Of being able to make connections and cutting them. Of being in between spaces. Liminality. Floating in limbo knowing something is coming but it is inescapable, familiar, and haunting. Yet still we wait in this limbo of being. This nature of re-flection for me is an active displacement. My works are just the output. They are my stream of consciousness made tangible; but really they are a key. These preoccupations come from a culmination of my memory, History, my mindset as a printmaker, my interest in architecture and land, my interest in the body and the strange limbo we live in.