Through performance, installation, sculpture, sound, writing and the moving image, I examine what keeps me (and others) unsettled. At the intersection of art, feminism, and care, I use humor as a central device to explore notions of fragmentation, constructs of happiness, ageism, discomfort, and feminist and racial consciousness. My primary focus surrounds the reproduction and position of women in the role of caregiver. What goes missing individually and collectively when a society obscures and undervalues the experience and labor of care? What is the weight and expense of love's labor? My work is both a response to and comment on the human condition under pressure, under siege, unseen, unheard, undone. I received my BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts.