For me, art is a means to engage with, experience, and think about the world. While the projects I pursue are often driven by specific concerns, issues, and questions, the experience of the work is often ambiguous and uncertain. I am interested in how art operates in relation to the viewer, the medium, and the subject. In a broad sense, I am interested in drawing attention to, extending, and disrupting the spaces we inhabit and the things we take for granted. While this is undeniably tied to my own position, persistent across all of my work is an attempt to stimulate, challenge or reconfigure the viewer’s experience of the medium and the subject. Following Jacques Rancière’s “distribution of the sensible,” for me this is both a political and aesthetic act.