Ecosystem in Practice

Note: This is a written and edited version of my final presentation for BLOCK XXIV. The prompt was to present our art practice ecosystem of books, resources and references. Mr. Wilson’s Cabinet of Wonder Roberto Tejada initially recommended this book to me during year one of BLOCK, and I remembered it again during my critique… Continue reading Ecosystem in Practice

Line and Language

Note: This is a written and edited version of my final presentation for BLOCK XXIII. I titled my presentation Line and Language because this semester I read “Fray: Art and Textile Politics” by Julia Bryan-Wilson, in which I found a new language and joined a lineage of artists using textiles as a queer, mutable and… Continue reading Line and Language

Apollo Moon Trees: To Space and Back

T-7 days until the first Artemis I launch attempt! Artemis will be carrying many special items around the Moon, but what I am most looking forward to are the tree seeds. The Office of STEM Engagement, which engages and educates students, educators and the public about science, technology, engineering and math at NASA, has selected… Continue reading Apollo Moon Trees: To Space and Back

Moon Marks

“Moon Marks” is a look at what people brought to and did on the Moon from 1969 to 1972: landers, rovers, science equipment, the astronauts themselves and the marks and even shadows that touched the Moon. With the possibility that humans will return to the Moon soon, it is important to examine how we interact with… Continue reading Moon Marks


My video Endeavour has been out in the world since March, but was updated in July and gifed in August. This project is one of my favorites for a few reasons. One, it’s about space and NASA, so obviously it goes on the favs list. Two, I got to team up with my former roommate, Erin… Continue reading Endeavour