Having recently moved to San Francisco after a breathtaking year exploring other parts of the country and eventually travelling across it, my work is increasingly focused on landscape, migration, home-seeking and the effects of these things on the body. Being holed up in a place so new to me has at once allowed me to redefine my preconceptions of home and dwelling as well as give me the time to truly feel held by the strangeness of the events and environment I now find myself in. If we are composed of time and space and these concepts are relative, what about us is concrete, if any? I would like to be amorphous, I think. I want to shelter in place in formlessness.
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