My wonder of our attachment to the human body intersects with my vain anxiety of forgetting and being forgotten. These sentiments fuel my exploration of visual recordings of skin, body temperature, breath, and other traces of human existence as two- and three-dimensional works. The resulting recordings provide fragmented information, and the viewer is welcome to fill the void.

Water is a recurring element in my recent works along with the human body. Molecules from human transpiration are omnipresent, traveling freely around the globe as they are carried by the wind. I try to capture the essence of myself and everyone that is encapsulated in these water molecules by working with dew drops, condensation, and humidity, and the result is a conundrum of wanting to create static, physical relics that attempt to express fleeting human presence.