Installation, Sculpture

This work is particularly influenced by social sculptors, Joseph Beuys and especially, Bert Long the artist, mystic and founding member of Project Row Houses.
It reveals my internal dialogue on matters of erasure juxtaposed against the unseen reality of an unrestricted BIPOC future; using materials that are tools and objects for reflection or surveillance.
This work serves to be restorative in all environments so to exist as accessible reference points of peace, remembrance, yet to be fathomed realities; an unrestricted BIPOC futures. For non BIPOC people  this work can communicate through form and object the voids that erasure causes leading to separation and the required paths to secure a sustained and diverse future that is reflected in light and not projecting from erasure.

Installed for Rd. 51 Local Impact at
Project Row Houses