A swarm of ladies crawl, sneak, squat, and drag themselves along a pillow's desert landscape. Traversing the tricky terrain of the hairbrush, bow, and plug, each is a specter, a mouse, trapped or self-possessed, pacing her prison or marking her territory. Radical Home is a 3240x720 video in a 16' x 20' room, in which the peripheral moves to the forefront.
The piece examines concepts of objectification and power through the metaphor of the container as a social construct. The container is both a form of oppression and a set of borders we create for ourselves. Like a good parent, such an enclosure functions as a tether that allows one to wander but not stray.