I am an interdisciplinary artist working in visual, social, performative, and experiential collage. Trained as a visual artist, I have spent the last ten years re-considering collage as a tool for social engagement. My work provides a setting for participants to find common ground through creative and conversational exchange.
Through curating projects such as community murals, a living room lecture series, and dinner parties with strangers, I have outlined a philosophy of connectivity I call Link:Link. This philosophy encourages low-risk interpersonal exchanges as the foundation for transforming how we talk to and see and understand each other.
Link:Link believes random advice can become new fodder for hope.
Link:Link states that a casual chat with a stranger opens a childhood memory long forgotten.
Link:Link advocates that a scattered collection of objects ignites ideas for new possible worlds.
Link:Link trusts that in a fractured society, a dinner party can be a radical act.
Follow @linklinkclub for updates on my research in how none of us live in a vacuum.
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