and how does light fall into your body?

            from many points to many others, large and larger.

            (yes, she said, light lines being the same as psalms)

            the flow of speech, as it were, in a straight line,

            for a stringed instrument.


My work is presence. I collaborate with architectural elements, light patterns, and spatial histories. Perception, reflection, and refraction are the (questionably) substantive materials from which I make site-specific installations.     I practice a method of extreme “site-responsivity,” eliciting what is already present into formal visibility. My work is delicate, quiet, and subtle. It takes patience to make and requires attention to see - slowing down, being still, and really looking. I am not afraid of beauty, or engaging with sensory understanding, in the aim of cultivating an experience that is as diffused as it is pointed.