The world is a ridiculous place. I am interested in the moments where things don’t quite line up. My practice is idea based. The core focus of my work is to raise questions, revel in the inconsistencies, and interrogate the obvious through a series of gestures. With a magpie-like tendency, I collect images and ideas from science, technology, and life around me. In the studio these are synthesized into diverse forms ranging from installations to prints, drawings, sculpture, and computer programs. I favor idiosyncratic and asynchronous forms of communication in my work, and I embrace the tangent as a way to explore interconnections between ideas. My practice is protean, and my methodology is discursive. My current work strives to offer impish, optimistic,and absurd strategies for making art and living in these uncertain times.