I design objects of ambiguous functionality that probe the relationship between functionality and social value. Starting from the truism that form follows function with an assumed rectilinearity,  I use curvilinear forms to represent that which is not erect, lacking in rectitude, and unrectifiable by orientation.

A curve is the queering of a line. It falls out of line, crosses lines, moves between lines, and exists in margins: spaces unprotected by the boundaries of lines. I create work to investigate queerness contextualized by marginalization.