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For “Underline” exhibition with Radius Collective at MIDWAY ARTIST STUDIOS, BOSTON

Risograph posters with audio

Printing: Dessauer Press, Berlin
Audio edits: Massimiliano Cerioni
What shapes our experience of a conversation? Underneath the words, timing can render an interaction inviting or exclusive, engaging or sluggish. Do we speak simultaneously in enthusiastic support? Do we wait to jump in?

I find it comforting that our sense of fitting into a conversation sometimes just comes down to expected pause length—something strongly influenced by culture, but not of much moral/ideological significance.

Speech/Pattern is a study of the pauses in a facetime call with my family—the source of my own cultural orientation around conversation timing.

I made one poster per voice, each spanning the final two minutes of the same call, with neon pink bars to indicate the pauses. An audio recording of the original call plays through the headphones.


Chronic Poetics

11 Works comissioned For “chronic poetics” produced by Point Positive Publishing and Colliding Lines, UK

Limited edition; Available for purchase here while supplies last.
“Chronic Poetics” is a new 60-page anthology featuring artists with an experience of chronic disability and chronic pain. Through essays, poetry, images and design, this collection expresses what the artists wish people understood about living with a chronic condition.

I was comissioned to visually interpret the eleven poems from this collection. I took lots of care with the process, printing and annotating each poem, noting themes, patterns, metaphors, and the progression of emotion from beginning to end. In the language, I found disorientation, pressure, solitude, resignation, determination, distortion, hope...and I hope my interpretations can work with the poetry as an extra point of access into the complicated world of each poem.

My collaborator Angharad Hengyu Owen designed additional poems and the overall book structure.

I absolutely loved this project. If you’re looking to hire a designer for anything poetry-related, please reach out. :)


Inverted Duet: A Piece in Four Movements for Paper and Code

Collaboration with massimiliano cerioni

For “Tangent” exhibition with Radius Collective, premiered at arci magma / studio drang in Rome, Italy

Inverted Duet involves parallel responses to a shared language-based score consisting of four four-part movements. Each part includes a material, an action, and a description extracted from the Tangent Wikipedia page, and each movement is interpreted forwards by one artist and backwards by the other.

Within a shared structure, connections and divergences between two minds and two distinct approaches are revealed.



For “align” exhibition with Radius Collective at Produce Gallery, Corpus Christi, TX

Digital sketches, multilayer paper installation

Production assistance + photography: William Haig and Josh Duttweiler
We are the accumulation of our thoughts. They collect and dissipate, refracted through memory. Recording them is a form of alignment with ourselves, but as we change, the accuracy of their narrative changes too.

Accumulation is an ongoing bedtime ritual. Each captured phrase connects to the experience of living through the day, and each resulting six-sided form reframes its content. Together, these memories create an intricate, illegible cloud, the original sentiments obscured but not erased.

The installation has two layers: the translucent sheet and handwriting compositions (mostly illegible) can be lifted to reveal the original text and date. Viewers are invited to gently interact.

2024 Note: I still make these on my ipad each  night, and I now have over 1000—a larger-scale installation is on my exhibition wish list.


A Solution Without A Problem

For “kinetic” published by Colliding Lines, UK

“A Solution Without A Problem” is a poem by Cleo P. Henry, which I was invited to visually interpret.

To me, the second half of the poem seems like a contradiction or revision of the first idea. The speaker’s desire begins as “I want easy money” but later becomes “I only want the train to take you wherever I am.”

I loved the phrase “each surface / a greedy palimpsest.” I used it as a guide; the second half of the poem becomes a layered revision, placed on top of the of the first, which also allows a nod to Cleo’s post-it note reference.