Queerness is intrinsically tentacular. I’m a nonbinary practitioner; tentacularity is vital to how I understand the world. As a transdisciplinary artist and scholar, my work exists at the intersection of art, ecology, and history.
I strive to exist in the sublime. Place-making is critical: I am an investigator and a documentarian interested in how we navigate our spheres.
1. My 9-5 is with an engineering firm
2. I find joy volunteering at Pullman National Historical Park via the Historic Pullman Foundation
3. Nothing is connected to everything; everything is connected to something. 🐛️
︎UV texture maps
2. Old Growth Forest
4. Riverbank in Winter
5. Urban Telephone Pole
The Vexillum for the Anthropocene︎Lobster Mushroom Dye, Wool, and Linen bind this Vexillum with strength.
︎(natural decomposition igniting): it shimmers, it’s otherworldly, but it’s also explainable. Embrace the sublime, the unknown, follow that light into the marsh.
3. The Carillon
︎How do you view contamination when it’s underground?