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Pig Out  was a collaboration with artist Kara J. Stallings where we transformed a gallery into a domestic living space for two pig characters. This was a project saturated in experimental joy and the exploration of food as a matrix of comfort. Most everything in the gallery was edible or made with food as the primary substrate. 



































MOO features 180 cardboard milk cartons spray painted and silkscreened with images of gorgeous fat folx sitting on some cows, accompanied by an 8 page mini zine and an audio track mixing cow moos, keyboard typing, and comical/mocking voices reading internet comments.

In pop culture, the muumuu dress is synonymous with fatness, ugliness, and laziness and is often employed by men in misogynistic and homophobic contexts. This work is a direct reaction to an Urban Dictionary page filled with fatphobic definitions of the word muumuu (often spelled moomoo.) All quotes found on that page are attributed to the "Assholes of the Internet."

This work is about solidarity and empowerment. 
Fat people are not hiding anymore. We are not missing from our lives until we meet body or health standards. We are not desperately looking for a solution, because we are not the problem. We don’t need saving -- we aren’t lost. We are unapologetically in your face and quite available to sit on you if you wish. Fat cows forever!
















































































Abortion Party is a fantasy steeped in reality. The truth is crazy Christians believe we eat babies. The truth is we are one patriarchal wrecking ball away from going back to coat hangers. The truth is abortion is emotionally and physically traumatic and pretty much no one is celebrating an invasive medical procedure.

This party is a call for support. We are shouting ABORTION IS NORMAL on the streets, but are we treating our fellow humans with uteruses that way? If abortion is normal, then abortion parties should be normal, an abortion discussion should be normal, an abortion breakdown should be normal — whatever you need. We should be able to cry without fear of political retribution. We should not face isolation within our own liberal community because of social stigma. Le
t’s bake each other some damn cakes.






























































































Food is... complicated, though I wish it wasn’t. When I was a kid, food was just fun. Treats were guilt free. There was no shame in having ice cream dripping down my chin. It was a time of blanket forts and getting lost in my imagination. Then diet culture killed my vibe, twisting me into a disordered eating mess. Food devoid of emotion does not deliver contentment. This work supports a future where I have healed my relationship with food and have returned to a personal consumption philosophy of playful indulgence, deep comfort, and joyous celebration.

Pig Out.  Installation in collaboration with Kara J. Stallings. 2023. 

Pig Out.  Video, Runtime: 10:18. Part of installation in collaboration with Kara J. Stallings. 2023. 

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MOO. Installation. 180 milk cartons, spray paint, screenprint. Variable Size. 2022.

Abortion Party. Installation of clay, handcut stencils, packing tape, spray paint, balloons, found object. 2021