My recent work examines memory, misunderstanding, and desire in childhood.  Beginning with the notion that childhood is a time of instability between experience and thought, I am interested in how meaning shifts as children learn new points of connection between objects, places, and situations, leading to bizarre narratives.  Through a variety of mediums including video, 3D modeling, installation, and drawing, I depict remembered architecture and situations from my past as I bring together information from my own memories, found photographs, internet searches, and recorded footage in playful attempts at using the personal to address what are possibly universal notions of perception.




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