I combine art installations with local research, interpersonal engagement and communal actions.
I hold an MFA in Visual Arts from Hunter College in New York, NY, and an MA in International Relations from University of Chicago, IL. At Hunter, I was awarded the Hunter College Foundation Scholarship for exchange studies at the Slade, London.
Among the places, I've exhibited my work are: Edward Hopper House, New York Center for Book Arts, A.I.R. Gallery, Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, Bronx Arts Space, Flux Factory, The Old Stone House, Stand4 Gallery, BioBAT Project Space, Kathryn Markel Fine Arts and Garibaldi-Meucci Museum.
I've presented my work at the conferences of National Women's Study Association, Open Engagement and the Alice Austen House Museum, as well as discussed it on NPR's The Brian Lehrer show. In 2015, I contributed an essay to the publication by Open Engagement (art + social practice conference), The Questions We Ask Together, 100 artists responding to 100 Questions. To realize my projects, I have received funding from Manhattan Cultural Arts Fund, Queens Arts Council and Norddjurs Kommune (Denmark). My work is in the collection of New York City Parks and private collections that include Candida Höfer.