Each piece I make is an invitation to perceive space in a new way and gain perspective on the hierarchies that shape the built environment. Using text and familiar objects, which function like props, my installations prompt viewers to reconsider accepted spatial boundaries: A water fountain becomes connected to a nearby lake that serves as the city’s reservoir, or a gallery in a skyscraper is linked to a hill that shares its same elevation. Places that seemed disparate become connected and viewers become acutely aware of their own physical presence in their environment. This embodied experience is the artwork. Combining elements of performance and conceptual sculpture, it is work that is about space, yet has minimal visual presence. It is work that is felt as much as it is seen.