Co* [BFA Thesis Exhibition] at Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle
May 9 – May 24, 2014
As agents of the physical body, identity and experience become inseparable. Both act as material forms and conceptual content of my practice. My distillation of these agents through performance, photography, and sculpture, elevate the body into an aesthetic and political entity. My platonic, familial, and romantic relationships create a collaborative space where our identities and our experiences become aesthetic. My actions attempt to further understanding of queerness, gender, and sexuality through the personal made visual. Thus, my practice liberates the body into a new realm of existence. Art becomes a practice that offers the community a method to reclaim our humanity.