My work explores the relationship between my self-perceived role in the world and that which society expects me to play as a woman. I work in sculpture and installation because it is all encompassing. Instead of forcing an idea on a medium I would rather the idea dictate the approach. Working this way allows for the continual learning of new skills. Installation allows me to address what I find most important: the relationship between the work, the space it encompasses and the audience.
My interest in gender roles, relationships, pregnancy, respect, self-esteem, and woman hood all have roots in confusion. I am fortunate to be in a time of my life where I have many questions, but I have come to embrace confusion, for confusion is the catalyst and muse behind all of my work.