I make my art to express two fundamental parts of my self: my experience of being a woman and the commitment to social justice that has defined my professional life as a social worker. My aim is to reframe iconographic and historical contexts by taking women out of the background and placing them in the foreground as powerful actors. 

My work is influenced conceptually by the feminist art movement of the 1960s, certain currents of contemporary street art, and by the way some postwar American female sculptors recast textiles and others supposed “domestic” craft-based resources as materials used for fine art.

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