Elements of Love
Archival Pigment Prints, variable dimensions
In Elements of Love, I investigate the urban landscape of Los Angeles as a site for revealing complexities in social interactions and intimate relationships. I explore constructs of femininity and masculinity and connections between the built environment and nature at the locus of the city.
I also explore personal stories that involve issues of power, vulnerability, erasure as well as love and closeness in intimate relationships. In this work, I am interested in creating narratives of love and loss, fulfillment and emptiness, wonder and hurt.
I am also interested in disrupting the boundaries between photography, digital media, and painting and drawing- allowing them to merge and bleed into one another, while the images nonetheless remain digital and photographic.
Erosion of You, 23.5" x 47.5"
Water No Get Enemy, 21" x 50"
Traces of Her Longing, 22" x 46"
Growing, 20" x 52.5"
Drifting, 20" x 50"
Destiny, 22" x 42.5"
A Landscape for Lovers, 21" x 50"
Counterweight, 17" x 59"
Waters To Swim Or Drown In, 23.5" x 28.5"