My practice revolves around the print making process and the idea of the multiple. I use this to be able to create expansive and large installations where each part looks almost the same but slightly different. These installations look at how death and impermanence can change the way we perceive materiality. Through investigations in to Buddhist perceptions of death, as well as the way female artists from the past century handle the body, I explore the relationship of my own body to mortality. Over the course of the next year, I hope to see my practice constantly changing, becoming a place for even greater risk-taking and experimentation.