My works explore social and political themes such as racism, inequality, and social injustices experienced by the black community, post-apocalyptic and scientific exploration of our dying environment provoked by self-destructive behaviors, the intrinsic psychological effects and consequences of women’s beauty standards, and the exploration of how childhood memories affect adulthood. Through the illusion of space, movement, light, pattern, line, geometry, and aided by musical compositions/soundscapes, and written and spoken word (poetry), I ask the questions: how can I use material as a medium to create an immersive experience? And how can I use material as a way of evoking social, political, and economical change?