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My drawings depict abstract figures without gender, contemporary moments that are recognizable to people, and represent the almost mundane and at times quite simple moments of life and human interaction. I find that illustrating the normality of human presence creates a mirror that everyone can see themselves in, thus embodying the real material of human existence that we all operate within. It’s through depicting these approachable environments that I’m able to understand my surroundings and what they mean on a larger scale. For example; how simple interactions between colleagues can be indicative of working under capitalism. As a result of this process, my artistic lens is one that differs from those that depict everyday circumstances, my figures are disproportionate and go against the tradition of technical drawing. They incorporate elements of fantasy, and my inner thoughts and feelings towards events are characterized.

Mural at Tufts University, 2023

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