My artistic practice centers around the manipulation and recontextualization of past and present cultural objects, practices, and images, as a way to comment on our relationship with them and explore their potential for transformation and reinterpretation.
Growing up on a small farm in the countryside, I have always felt a sense of detachment from the cultural richness and urban life of the city. This has fueled my artistic vision on exploring the intersections of identity, technology, and culture. I use a range of mediums, including photography, video, and digital manipulation, to subvert traditional expectations. By doing so, I question their underlying assumptions and expose the ways in which they shape our lives.
At the heart of my work is the idea of asserting our own agency and identity within broader societal and cultural structures. I seek to challenge dominant narratives and stereotypes, particularly those around gender and sexuality. I am also interested in updating cultural objects and practices for a contemporary context, using elements of pop culture and humor to add accessibility and engagement to my explorations of complex issues.