275 Calyer St.
I’ve long been captivated by stories of my ancestors—both my early Mormon ancestors and my queer/trans ancestors. My work comes out of an ongoing rummage through what I inherited—everything from histories to belief systems; from body language to memorabilia. What mythologies guide, or haunt, our lives—either knowingly, or unknowingly? I see these ancestral figurines as ghosts who inhabit my world, but ghosts I can pick up and play with. While I primarily work from home, I’m happy to share a little behind-the-scenes from the ceramic side of my practice. Clay Space artists/artisans will be exhibiting work in the lot adjacent to Clay Space as part of Greenpoint Homemade -- please find me there!