CircaSeptan (2019)

This exhibition from 2019 combined three different works: Circaseptan, Dream-Lag, and Found Dreams. How do the events of the day seep into our dreams? Dreams seem to lag…

For Boredom

In Fall 2017, Sharday Mosurinjohn and I started a website called For Boredom. It features a curated set of excerpts of works in a variety of media (text, drawing,…

Don’t Forget to Call (2018)

Don’t Forget to Call is a 7-channel video installation exploring mediated forms of communication. The installation is composed of seven ‘calls’ to my grandparents and other deceased ancestors,…

Don’t Forget to Call: Saw Video (2018)

Utilizing the layout of the 5-channel video exhibition ‘Wednesdays, Before Piano’ by naakita feldman-kiss, I presented an iteration of Don’t Forget To Call, which was simultaneously being exhibited at Union…

after-sleep (2018)

after-sleep is a two-channel video installation shown at Unit 115 Gallery in Kingston, Canada. The work explored long-distance family relationships and feelings of cultural disconnect. I reproduced a…

an extension of you

An extension of you is a short film that looks at what it means to be separated from the one(s) you love by distance and a generation’s worth…

Will it be much longer? (2017)

We all have our sacred places. Multiple generations of migration in my family have created an inherited nostalgia where everyone is always longing for another place. Will it…

Pure Phenomenality (2014)

Pure Phenomenality is a site-specific pop-up installation in Kingston, Canada that explored the dynamics between how sleep is recorded, measured, and conceptualized in a lab and sleep at…

Radia # 1: Spaces to act or not (2015) & Radia #2: Radio(waves) in Motion (2015)

Radia is an international network of radio stations interested in radio as an art form. In 2019, this included 26 stations in 19 different countries. Each week, one…

Feedback Loop (2014)

Feedback Loop was commissioned by Corridor Culture, an interdisciplinary arts collective, as part of the 4 part film series Public Domain Project. Our cultural representations of affection, relationship…