I once read that an artist is one of the most dangerous members of society, because of their ability to move through socio-economic sectors. I want to be dangerous to the institutions and concepts that produce cruelty and I want to be part of the solution that flips the switch from a strategy of extraction and dominance to one of cooperation, joy, equity and ecological balance. Politically this is what drives my work. In my visual media I’m working in a very spiritual and intuitive and emotional way. I’m trying to show something that almost can’t be spoken of, a way of knowing that comes from the body. I want people to understand that there is nothing that separates us from our environments but our conceptual delusions. Grounded in queer community, my work envisions an Arcadian future, and the path that leads to it, running through the present, and into the past, collapsing, time, gender, and the artificial boundaries between bodies and ecosystems.