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
Declarations for the New Year, Southern Exposure, San Francisco CA, 2016
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
Creative Ecosystem Program Associate, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, August 2012 - July 2015
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