screen print on fabric, nylon belt straps, polyfil, foam mattress pad, upholstery foam, and video projection
What will you do with the shapes before you? Will you work together to build a structure for others, or will you work alone to create one just for you? Who gets to enter that space and who belongs there? Why do you make those choices?
There are spaces that we don’t fit, some that can be dangerous, and others that function like our own contained utopias. None of these function as one thing to everyone. A place that feels safe for one feels inaccessible to another. How can we think about the physical and mental scapes that we inhabit in a way that allows them to be safe for everyone? How do we create inclusive environments that disregard, or morph, our conscious and subconscious biases to transcend beyond and become spaces for everyone to coexist?