Surreal and dreamlike with dark narrative shadings, her constructions are simultaneously simple and extremely complex. The more you look, the more you find. Frequently domestic in focus, with props like curtains, chairs, cakes, beds, and decorative wall papers, her fabrications often introduce a lone individual, caught in blurred movement. This person might be experiencing a fit of rage or rapture, you can’t tell which. There’s rarely an identifiable face. Wardrobe and styling often harken back to the 1950’s, and are tinged by a singular darkness that contrasts ironically and frighteningly with the commonly held notion of the ‘50s as an era of simplicity and innocence.