PVC pipe, hand-dyed yarn, paper clay, hand-dyed eco-felt
Installed at Idaho State University's John B. Davis Gallery
I make work about communities, social networks, and systems. I draw influence from landscape and topography to communicate ideas around the social structures we influence and are influenced by. Drawing heavily on craft and anthropological theories, I contextualize my work within these disciplines and use installation and experience-based work to further ideas around community and constructed spaces.
Entropy is the culmination of my graduate work at Idaho State University. My written thesis can be found here.