I engage in sculptural practice as a means of investigating a slippage between the mundane and the traumatic. Through sensing with my body, I develop an abstract knowledge, which resists formulaic contextualizing. This abstract knowledge is the primary inspiration for the content of my work. More specifically, the content of my work includes grief, fear of death, nature, and technology. These components are then explored through the conceptual lens of dialectics and a formal transformation of materials.