Raw Japanese wool, hand dyed alpaca, and hand dyed Belgian linen.
b. 1987 Gloucester, Massachusetts
Lives and works in Joshua Tree
With a background in analog photography and alternative process, I am interested in the way a weaving can function as something beyond craft, and how it’s limitations and physicality can relate to photography and painting. I am concerned with giving new context to the history and tradition of what is widely thought of as “women’s work”. Every weaving is a translation with fiber of social conflict, visual surroundings, literature, sound.