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With a keen awareness of my surroundings, I look for unexpected narratives that unfold around me. Most recently living in India, I have been curious about the global material culture that inhabits streets and public spaces.   Drawn to the widespread presence and abundance of toys and character balloons in public spaces have led me to question the underlying social and cultural forces that drive their production and consumption with the visual culture counterpart and sculpted landscapes they inhabit. Employing a combination of narrative imagery and hand-built ceramic forms, I reference the playful consumption of these objects in public spaces and the sculpted landscapes the objects inhabit.  I explore the playful nature and sense of nostalgia inherent in these objects, while simultaneously highlighting the absurdity of their abundance, invisible labor, and environmental impact. Click on images below to view the body or works. 

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