I am an interdisciplinary artist working primarily with computation as a creative medium. With computer code as foundation, my work often takes the form of interactive and real-time generative installation, audio-visual performance, immersive and virtual environments, and print.
My practice stems from a desire to map the intricacies of our relationships with digital technologies. If the tools we make in turn make us, I take it upon myself to express this process of mutual construction through technological and artistic experimentation. In recent work, I have explored notions of self-formation as an algorithmically mediated process, specifically in how our bodies and our language perform for digital technologies, and how this process of conforming to the desires of a system shape us within a reductive feedback loop. Ultimately, I seek to articulate, and give form to these processes, so that I may better understand my place within them.