Within the framing constructs of a page or place of installation, my work questions the boundaries of how we form and understand meaning. I use the multidisciplinary process of writing, drawing and making as a way to understand meaning formation determined by spatial and physical contexts. My text ink drawings are made up of quick dots where each accumulating mark reveals a series of words. Varying hierarchies occur through the specificity of composition and color differentiation. The expansion of meanings in my work are furthered through the form of installation so that each object or drawing can be viewed from multiple sides at various distances in relation to other things around it.
Words are governed by grammatical conventions, within lines and paragraphs; these boundaries are often upheld as time progresses. My installations seek to create a sentence in a different way, through my own hand and voice. My work is a series of exercises that explore the way meaning forms, falls apart or can be expanded.