Studio & Conceptual Art
I consider my work as a writer and artist absolutely entwined and inseparable. My practice as a creative writer and artist is rooted in storytelling, which may assume narrative, expressive, or conceptual modes. I tell stories, as well as invite others to tell theirs. In these offerings and provocations, I often challenge the audience's notions of what stories can be. My work spans analogue and digital, as well as the many places where formats overlap. These range from books to films to sculptural installations to paintings to websites and more. My personal, professional, and academic experiences related to feminism, language, folklore, environmentalism, social justice, mass media, and architecture inform many of my projects. Specifically, I use Quail Bell Magazine as a playground for much of my process.