Abstract Ecology: Because often the world’s randomness is a better designer than people.
Queering Ecology: “If anything, life is catastrophic, monstrous, nonholistic, and dislocated, not organic, coherent, or authoritative. Queering ecological criticism will involve engaging with these qualities.” —Timothy Morton, “Guest Column: Queer Ecology,” PMLA (Journal of the Modern Language Association) 2010
Indetermination of Me: I’m fascinated by how identity gets written into landscapes and how visual culture subverts and resists systems of thinking.
Daily Photos: Beginning on 27 September 2001, I began a methodical practice of taking daily self-portraits with my digital camera. I can parse the project in many ways, but ultimately it’s a performance about shifting, evolving and performative identity.