2019 (MFA Thesis Work)
Acrylic self-portraits and their shadows highlight the precarity and blurriness between the boundaries of physical and virtual embodiment that occur when I seek justice online through self-representation and reflection. here:there tackles my embodied experiences and the burden placed on myself as a survivor of sexual assault to recount and recall my narrative in order to be believed. The installation documents an ongoing act of self-portraiture which moves between line drawing and sculpture. This constant act of self-representation works to understand my changing relationship to my body and access to healing.