I enact rituals for defining the self in order to confront what culture teaches us to fear; our own corporeality.  I cast my mouth in fondant, peel face mask from my skin to make photograms, twist images of my body into a mobius strip, extend my body with auxiliary prosthetics, and kiln fire all the panties in my wardrobe. By inciting disgust, curiosity, and arousal as affective landmarks, I urge a return to bodily experience. Through my experiments with figuration, I envision the ways in the psychological and physical mingle and diverge.
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