I'm interested in the physical experience of the loss of time through labour. How does one capture that absence?
I see the stitch as an imprint of the passage of time. Every stitch made is a concrete connection to time and space. It is indexical.
In this way, a stitch is more than an object. It is a gesture, made by a person, in a specific time, at a specific place. It is a record of who, where, when and how.
In this way, a series of stitches is more than the sum of its individuals - it is a timeline.
When I cut into fabric, I am creating a space in which to insert a new timeline.
BFA Individualized (high distinction), California College of the Arts, 2012
Anatomical Paintings, Four Barrel, San Francisco CA, 2013
Making Time, Guitar Shop Gallery, Oakland CA, 2012
Ancient-Future-Super-Natural, IcTus Gallery, San Francisco CA, 2012
President Network Conference Exhibition, CAFA Museum, Beijing, China, 2011
unCommon Knowledge, Oliver Gallery, Oakland CA, 2011
INDI Show 2010, North/South Galleries, Oakland CA, 2010
MCAD Summer Exhibition, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis MN, 2009
International Student Exhibition, Bruce Gallery, San Francisco CA, 2009
YBCA:You Program Assistant, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, April 2013 - present
Youth Arts Innovation Lab Prototype Coordinator, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, August 2012 - April 2013
Gallery Exhibitions Coordinator, IcTus Gallery, April 2011 - October 2012
Let it Glow, by Snow Angel (stop-motion animated music video), 2012
Business Affairs, short film (flip-book animation and drawn props), 2012