1. the quality of being open to more than one interpretation; inexactness.



  1. (of language) open to more than one interpretation; having a double meaning.

This body is full of contradictions, ambiguity and at its core, double meaning.

Both things are true: 
There is form & anti-form. 
The work is full of meaning, but there is space for a lack of meaning, 
intangibility & tangibility, 
as well as performative & non-performative action.

I create by mediating the experience of living in a body with chronic pain disorder. This work is a message in a bottle to connect with viewers through a framework of both ephemerality of experience and the tangibility of abstracted work in space.

Materializing is a way of dematerializing constrictions of communicating with language; as well as enhancing the beauty that is.

are not words & sounds but
rainbows & illusive bridges between
two things that are eternally apart?
-Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

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