On the one hand, I act as archivist and archeologist, an analyst of objecthood, transforming clothing, tools, household goods, texts and the sub-narratives they hold into closely observed installations, public interactions and discrete objects.
On the other hand, I am an abstractionist, an interloper, who does not attempt to facilitate literal understanding, and at times obstructs it so that we can move from factual certainty to territories within phenomenological insight.