In Its Place is a collection of paintings that chronicles the familiar in everyday life. The works are constructed, filtered, and staged in a way to examine the historical and contemporary gendered context housed within.
As an object, as a thing, as a body— as a woman, what does it mean to occupy space?
Through a colourful, repetitious framework I create a space of collected memory to investigate the history of silence, beauty and place. Objects are ordinary intimate, exposed— strategically painted in an effort to capture their presence in time— and space.