My process as an artist examines ways in which pop-culture and politics have morphed worlds.
This concept has created tension in my life and the lives of many women (and men) around me. In combination with technology and media, pop-culture and politics are inescapable. In my work, I filter these issues through a feminist, counterculture lens. Utilizing a combination of typography, materiality, imagery, color, history, and fictional narrative, I challenge institutionalized sexism and American nationalism. I aim to create work that is deeply rooted in its meaning and purpose. Hand picked words embellish my work to further motifs of feminism, politics, pop-culture, counter-culture, social-survey, and fictional narratives.