The Video Installation, The Fractured Weave is currently on view at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles as a part of the Zero1 Biennial.
A plastic curtain assembled of repurpose materials hangs in the windows of the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles. The patchwork of plastic is comprised of small plastic bags filled with viscous liquids. A video projection lights and activates this translucent quilt showing images of people engaged in daily rituals, acts of making and doing, around the home.
Fascinated by the exchange of energy and toxic substances people share with each other and the world around them, I explore the permeability of physical and psychological boundaries—with a focus on resiliency and translucency. I reflect on how technology intersects our lives and the pace of society imprints a toll on individuals. My installations are composed of interactive machines, kinetic sculptures, videos and studies of natural phenomena, enticing the viewer to rethink ideas of reuse, toxicity, availability, activity, and beauty.