I observe the ways we ignore and overlook common yet unexplored spaces in language and sound. I pay attention to that which remains within thresholds, within the in-between of words and of sounds, to contemplate these gaps as spaces of tension or distension between us, and to reflect and reimagine our relationship to each other as subjects to a mutual place.
My work explores the possibilities of silence and the phenomenology of listening in urban spaces. I also work with the materiality of language, its formal qualities and expiration dates; as well as with the sonic affect of our everyday soundscapes and the detachment of noise and silence as semantical signifiers to sound.
I am tired of squishy language and bubbly texts.