• repeat don't delete

    Repetition calls Attention. Attention. Repetition calls attention to that which we need to Hear. Hear. Listen. Listen and Feel. Feel. Feel the words moving through your Body. Body. Quiet. Quiet and listen. Listen to your Body. Body. Quiet. Quiet and Listen. Listen. Listen to your Body. Body. It shows You. You. It shows You the difference between pleasure and Pain. Pain. Pleasure and Pain. Pain. A tense Body. Body. A tense Body delivers Pain. Pain. Stop. Stop causing Pain. Pain. Stop. Stop causing Pain. Pain. Stop.

  • 9.3.20

    A pile of inconsistent thoughts scrambling to find meaning in a time that seems to value that which lacks introspection.

  • clean slate

    clean slate
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  • 7.19.20

    White stone. I pause to remember. The wind reminds me. You are piece of mind. She whispers again. I’m listening.

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  • 7.4.20

    Wrung, spun, weightless—ringing whispers of fate.

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  • 5.27.20

    Contemplation arises through—
    sticking,
    wrapping,
    twisting,
    piercing,
    scraping,
    dusting.

    Memorializing moments lost—
    scars and debris are created in the same breath—
    a compilation of residue reciting the language of time.

    Entities are broken—
    scraped,
    sifted,
    shifted,
    shaken,
    revived.

    Scattered imagery unfolds—
    blemishes revealing an infinite cycle—
    a collection of remains highlighting subtle imperfections.

    These evolving marks of time are intimate testimonies that illustrate language and evoke memory.

  • 5.12.20 overlapping (time)

    5.12.20   overlapping (time)
  • 5.11.20 overlapping (thoughts)

    5.11.20 overlapping (thoughts)
  • 5.11.20 clustered words

    5.11.20 clustered words
  • 4.22.20

    Let us fill up on air—breathing through the sticky feeling that pins us to the ground.

  • 4.22.20

    It piles,
    attracting more of its kind,
    gathering around the room,
    framing the place that reminds me to listen.

  • 3.22.20

    I wake, I shower, I brush my teeth, I dress, I think, but not about my actions. Scattered thoughts and memories at a time of collective uncertainty. Seconds, minutes, hours of solitude. A pin becomes a part of my everyday routine—an instrument to record my thoughts. This is a reminder—stay present—do not get lost in waves of thought that drown the breathe.

  • 6.5.19

    They sit.
    Drinking light.
    Near the ground.

    They reflect.
    Absorbing sound.
    Closer than before.

    They breathe.
    New breath.
    Near the ground.

    They pause.
    Absorbing space.
    Closer than before.

  • 6.5.19

    Have you considered preserving the ring of dust that forms around objects?
    Have you contemplated the absence of something whose outline has been preserved?
    Have you noticed how hair tangles and clogs channels, or burrows into your sweater?

    My work is a collection of lines—illustrations of gesture that emphasize the connection between thoughts and the hand. My acute observations of materials objects and processes are central to my practice. These ethereal jewelry objects are sensitive, poetic reflections—timestamps that illustrate language and evoke memory.

    Through documentation and preservation, I reveal the marks of time.
    Knotting fine strands captures a chronology of moments.
    Oxidation causes subtle stains to accumulate on a dusty, silver surface.
    Piercing a pin through a delicate swatch of silk, generates a collection of holes.
    Fusing particles of silver dust, permanently preserves a ring of dust.
    Embedding a delicate wire into a thin sheet of silver—leaves a trace on the underside.
    Collectively, these marks recite the language of time.

  • 2.24.19

    to make objects
    with layers.
    that reflect the past.
    that embody language.
    that depict gesture.
    that record time.
    that incorporate fragility.
    that suggest the body.
    that provide an experience.
    imbued with ritual.

  • 2.24.19

    A halo on a dusty surface.
    A loop of light.
    A moment captured.
    Moving through the air.

  • 2.24.19

    dust

    stomp, stomp, stomp,
    the cloud rises.

    the air is full,
    remembered.

    with time,
    the air is still.

    falling to the floor,
    they settle slowly.

    a sheet,
    transparent.

    one by one they fall,
    the floor collects.

    a blanket,
    thick.

    the air is clear,
    forgotten.

  • 2.24.19

    stain

    Time collects,
    Impurities gather,
    A mark is made.
    How long has at been?

  • 2.24.19

    marking time

    Piercing,
    Piercing,
    Marking,
    Marking.

    Marking,
    Piercing,
    Piercing,
    Marking.

    Piercing,
    Piercing,
    Marking,
    Marking.

    Time.

  • 2.24.19

    palimpsest

    Unraveling,
    Cutting,
    Dying,
    Knotting,
    Taping,

    Unwrapping,
    Wearing.

    Unwrapping,
    Wearing.

    Unwrapping,
    Wearing.

    Removing,
    Reattaching.

    Remembering.