My work centers on concepts surrounding psycho-emotional processes and labor. In my abstract paintings, I aim to express a feeling of being steeped in ruminative thought, chasing elusive answers to abate a psychological or emotional state of disquiet. To Float, To Unravel includes a series of large, abstract works that explore the terrain of ambiguous spaces. These paintings offer the viewer a site to consider ideas of a fluid and fragmented reality. The viewer is confronted with the impermanence of their thoughts, experiences, and being. In these spaces, an endless tangle of sensations move through a boundless time and space. The ground is unstable, shifting beneath our feet, upsetting our sense of what is concrete and true about our realities and about our identities.