My work consists of sculpture, new media, installation, and photo-based works, and my practice is united by a common exploration of social and humanistic principles and value. Beginning with an inquiry into our shared social and political environment, my practice investigates an individual’s sense of self and the evolution of a shared consciousness. I explore issues surrounding women’s rights, gender and identity, and compel visitors to contemplate the changing political and social climate of our era. 
Reflecting on the challenges of being a woman artist in an atmosphere of consumerism is a fundamental principle in my work. I interrogate the patriarchal lens through which my work is viewed. This raises questions about the nature and importance of being a woman artist working today. 


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