I seek out the emotional liminal space of my hyphenated Greek­-American identity through the production of objects, performance, and sound. My motions as a maker repeat the echoes of those who came before me—the repetitious act then becomes a ritual lacing of all our gathered gestures throughout time. Repeated gestures of the body performed while creating—and interacting with—material can connect people throughout time and beyond the constructs of nationality and social group.

By sonically documenting labor, a focus is placed on primal gestures performed by the body while creating, and interacting with, material. To further construct physical relationships with the hybrid­-human body, I also explore various ideas of a “covering”—from flesh, to garment, and architecture—and how coverings act as mediation between the human spirit and our environment.