investigates the visual rhetoric involved in travel, migration, and immigration. Starting with a research-based process, various passports and immigration documents from my own archives, as well as from friends and family are collected and edited. The selected documents are digitally redacted and recontextualized into large-scale landscapes, abstractions, and concrete poetry. On Paper
reinterprets the pre-existing iconographies and symbols of Homeland, and examines the meanings embedded within the bureaucracy of place and identity.
Installation Views at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, 2016