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My work moves fluidly between sculptures, drawings, paintings, installations, and videos. Using the aesthetic language of childhood, the reconstruction of ready-made toys, the nude, landscape, and ideas of identity and intimacy, the work sometimes asks to be interacted with, whether it is to be hugged,  have its hair teased, or to be laid with. I am asking viewers to think about the interaction with the artwork and the relationship that you have with the actual object that it refers to. These reflections bring us back to primal loneliness and, ultimately, self-awareness. The pieces, in consummation, investigates the conceptions of the feminine through its historical and contemporary representations and attempts to challenge notions of reality and myth in relation to the idea of a “legitimate perception.”