I work with elements of structure, process, and replication. Through stacking, piling, suspending, arranging, and assembling, I create installations that explore the relationship between home, labor, and compulsion. Working with a variety of materials, I perform repetitive, simple, and often unremarkable acts that are mimetic of daily chores in the home. The nature of peeling drywall, wrapping copious amounts of rope, or reproducing hundreds of everyday objects is not unlike cyclical, never-ending household tasks. By drawing a correlation between artistic practice and daily life, I hope to highlight the extent at which we all senselessly and at times compulsively struggle to sterilize, organize and simplify our lives.