My artistic position is best described as an "unlearning"– of imperialism, colonialism and modernity, engaging with the legacy of the European idea of nature. I situate myself in eco-feminist art. Thus, I am interested in issues of climate change, interdependencies, time, and scripts of daily life. My methods are expressed through a holistic approach: mixed-media with organic material, in situ installations, sound, video, drawing, writing and collaborative ethnographic methods.
I am currently working in NYC and Rochester on my research entitled Unlearning For The Commons with the focus on ethical issues of the heritage of my own artistic practice.