2020

Photography by: Erin Krimian

2010

I have been working as an interdisciplinary artist - exploring, learning, and working with different materials, processes, and mediums. My work is driven by my ideas, and the materials/processes follow. 5 years ago I branched out into music as a vocalist in hardcore bands, this grew into developing a solo project and learning Ableton.

For the longest time I was making hyper-detailed drawings to cope with trauma, then I started making laser cut  mobiles addressing intergenerational trauma, now I am working on myself to fully see, understand, and heal from trauma. I grew up in an environment where it was not safe for me to express myself, so making art became my outlet and my escape. Learning, curiosity, and expression help me cope with depression, this has helped form the interdisciplinary nature of my work. I also enjoy investigating natural patterns and thinking about the relationships between order and chaos. Ideas of reality, the limits of human perception, and the investigation of concepts and techniques keep me interested.

drawing
Elise
Elise (detail)
Alex2
Alex2 (detail)
Asli
Asli (detail)
Willhelm
Willhelm (detail)
Grand Trance
Grand Trance (detail)
Grand Trance (detail)
Ruiner
Ruiner (detail)
Sleep
TX
SF
Things You Cannot Have
Things You Cannot Have (detail)
ALL MY EVILS ARE NECESSARY
ALL MY EVILS ARE NECESSARY (detail)
ALL MY EVILS ARE NECESSARY (detail)
sculpture
hybrid
hybrid
DSC_8854
hybrid
hybrid
hybrid
hybrid
hybrid
All My Evils Are Necessary
All My Evils Are Necessary (detail)
All My Evils Are Necessary (detail)
All My Evils Are Necessary (detail)
For G
ForG (detail)
Big Dead Eyes
Big Dead Eyes (detail)
Evils Prototype 1
Evils Prototype 1 (detail)
Evils Prototype 1 (detail)
Evils Prototype 1 (detail)
Evils Prototype 1 (detail)
Evils Prototype 1 (detail)
Evils Prototype 2
Burn
Burn (detail)
Hey God...
Hey God...(detail)

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Willhelm (detail)

30" x 40", Ink on paper, 2014