New Home
2012 social performance, where Borealis invited guests to clean a sewing machine with cloth, q-tips, and fine brushes. Lemon-pine cleaners hung in the air, dust suspended, too, while Borealis told stories about their grandmother. For some time after the close of the performance, the guests worked in silence alongside Borealis to get the table entirely clean. Photo courtesy of Doug Rosenberg.


As an artist most interested in the social practice of art, I rely on the support of my community members in order to keep making! You can support my practice by:

liking my Facebook page! I’ll keep you updated on the latest and greatest.

sending today’s coffee budget my way! I’ll use it to feed myself while conducting research and to begin saving necessary funding for my next obsession: Season of Shadows.

becoming a sustaining patron of my work! I’ll use these monthly funds to set aside time for research, cover creative overhead, and squirrel away cash for major projects like last year’s Toast or this year’s Season of Shadows.

checking out my Etsy shop of little experiments! While major exhibitions and writing projects offer in-depth examinations of those issues I care about most, projects in visual art provide an outlet and a platform to have conversations about gender, physicality, access to resources, and the differences between public and private. Purchases help me continue experimenting!