i coordinate interactions about object-making. i’m interested in the representations of collaborative productions. visual constructions are rigorous narratives, exercising multiple points of view. (i make things with people.)
direction for use was installed as part of a graduate thesis exhibition curated by Nives Hajdin at OCADU's The Open Gallery in April, 2014. The exhibition was entitled Survoyeurism: Reconsidering Surveillance. I wanted my work to move beyond the personal experience to a broadened sense
of space and action. Thanks to Sara Angelucci for helping out as the model and activator!