Weaving is a process in which thread is organized into cloth. Woven material holds itself together, yet can rapidly be unraveled. Expansion on how the loom can function is central to how objects are made. For instance, throwing the shuttle of yarn past the edges of the cloth can create tassels on the selvedge of the fabric. When the cloth is taken off the loom these tassels mask the orientation of how the cloth was created. This ultimately misdirects how we judge it. Sculptures that are made on the loom mean what they mean because of the specific ways in which they are made. Themes involving human connectivity, overarching structures, and feminine queerness are illustrated by concise deviations in the act of weaving.

All behaviors and preconceptions can be mined to discover how we were groomed to understand and value the environment that we are a part of. Philosophical frames and domestic learning culminate in sculptural work. Materials and joints have context that we all understand uniquely and in unison. I understand cardboard to be packaging, recyclable, and corrugated. Cardboard can be joined with pearls creating an individual and specific joint. Everyone who views this joint will come to similar yet different conclusions due to prior grooming, but collectively we would have similar knowledge of what cardboard is.