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My practice is a way that I can both confront my own climate anxiety and investigate contemporary urban society’s relationships to consumerism and nature. I make abstract sculptures and assemblages by weaving and connecting both new and used materials. The colossal woven works of Sheila Hicks and Ernesto Neto provide inspiration for material concern, and the semi-readymade works of Rachel Harrison and Isa Genzken propose a framework for intuitive activity. The sculptures function as collaged records of my discoveries in art making practices and my concerns around abundance and excess, promoting environmental reflection.

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