I am a multidisciplinary artist working across digital and analog printmaking, social practice, and writing. My work consists of several ongoing, interrelated projects that use text and conversation as a means of connecting with people. I often prompt my community in the form of social media polls or everyday conversation, then generate a relic of that moment of connection. These relics manifest in many ways, including the games and flyers. Since moving to Lincoln I’ve experienced a sense of placelessness and have had to develop new strategies for connecting, coping, and finding joy. My work reflects this through direct references to mental health and crying, and employing humor and gameplay as tools to engage viewers. As pictured below, this year I have focused on making different types of ephemera meant to be handled by the viewer, including screen prints, letterpress, digital prints, zines, and vinyl installations.