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My practice operates as an inquiry into the conceptual and material limits of painting to include two and three-dimensional forms and installations. My works often contend with impermanence, affect, and sensation as they pertain to lived experiences. Through introspective and irreverent compositions, I employ a range of methods, from thick gestural brushstrokes made with my hands and body to abstracted color fields to construct a visual dialogue that draws from moments of loss, tenderness, abjection, and pleasure. The repetitious planes in my paintings face disruption through moments of clarity in figuration or unexpected methods and materials- a puncture to the surface, cut and collaged canvas overtop, fishing line, grommets, polyester batting, and clock hands to unsettle the present moment.
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