Taking advantage of our understanding of domestic furniture, these sculptures are altered found objects that reflect abnormal experiences. Ranging from negation, conformity, and others, these pieces contrast the normality it once was to its current state within a domestic dialogue.
A series of sculptures from my early undergrad practice focused on using household objects as a mold to present the aftermath. These objects would be reassembled, destroyed, and transformed in response to different mental states that are prevalent in dreams. This practice served as a way to put something hard to internally & mentally process into an understandable, external, and physical space.