As a conceptual multidisciplinary artist, my work challenges the theories that can be used to classify my art. That way I am able to work in complete liberty using all mediums from sculptural objects, installations and digital photography.
Inquiries on the issues of gender, identity and equality have pervaded my life and work. It is aligned with feminist ideology, political engagement, and self-reflexivity. Influenced by being a twin to a male brother, from childhood I saw the opportunity to explore activities that both genders could engage in, though the world outside of my family life saw things differently. As a result, my work addresses these struggles of biases and inequality from a personal level to the socio-political and cultural spheres.