I thrive in a world overwhelmed by images, objects, texts, and spaces. In response to the overwhelmingness, I try to step back and tune in to the narratives that ripple through the terrain of cultural and personal signification. What I see may support, destabilize, or neutralize me. I may find myself comforted or disturbed, empowered or disappeared.
I disassemble and reassemble the narratives, they are, afterall, part of a system or a network that’s always open to re-authorship. The constant potential for revision makes evident the power to shape and be shaped by our environment. Who we are, individually and collectively, is constrained by how we process information: how we access, interpret, and internalize it. And, also, in the ways we re-contextualize, re-purpose, and re-imagine it.