prior non-profit work experience with Free Speech TV includes
collaboration with grassroots organizations and larger institutions
including the Getty Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the
Roosevelt Institute, Human Rights Watch International, among others. She
has received numerous grants including her recent Colorado Council on
the Grant and Arts Fellowship.
“I can no longer think what I want to think.
My thoughts have been replaced by moving images.”
--George Duchamel, Scenes de la vie future
provides valuable contributions to the discourse on political and
social issues of our day, and transforms the way people confront issues.
Utilizing the medium of video and installation, I address personal
memories and the construction of romantic and social myth.
artwork I have sought to relate the complexity of emotion. Utilizing
personal narrative, irony and gathered experiences, my work discusses
the manifestation of violence, social constraints and personal loss.
Combining techniques of montage and collage I combine original footage
with found footage and dialog. Metaphor and connoted meanings are the
basis for my image selection and fuel the content of my work.
of my video pieces are placed in a mixed media installation setting. I
believe this created environment leads to a deeper experience and
stimulate the awareness of social issues. Art transforms the way people
confront and deal with political and social issues. My artwork asks the
viewer to critically examine the complexities of life including
violence, social myth and loss.