california | visual
Affiliate Program 2018—2019
Largely my work is about the relationship between humans and nature and how that understanding changes over time in the face of environmental degradation. To explore this topic, I use photography, video, place-based research, publishing, and installation. My recent work explores this topic by compiling historical narratives of human-nature relationships, specifically from the 1970s back-to-the-land movement, and by engaging with the more-than-human-world through video and sensorial installations.
While at Headlands
This year, I anticipate working on developing my publishing practice using the Risograph machine in my studio space. In addition to printing my own book projects about the back-to-the-land movement, I’ll also print the next issues of a collaborative publication called Whiz World and other artist’s projects. I’ll develop performative and participatory programming around each publication. I plan on spending my time here learning the unique ecosystem of the Marin Headlands and creating place-based projects based on that environmental research.