Influenced by a professional career promoting access to higher education and my own background as a biracial Filipina-American, my work broadly addresses social issues. Using a combination of media combination with media including printmaking, installation, and social practice, I examine social systems concerning race, privilege, and intersectionality. By utilizing the visual language associated with order, such as charts, color-coding, and symbols, I refer to and question greater social systems. Art is both my means of making sense of the world, and my means to change it.
I am currently based out of Hartford, CT, where I teach courses at Trinity College as the college's Ann Plato Fellow.
View my CV here.