The making of clothes through the lenses of material experimentation and heritage craftsmanship serve as a tangible way to extend the meaning of repair, a return to the self, into a parallel between the proprioceptive experience of wearing clothing and the way we form and navigate inter/intrapersonal relationships. Nearly every pivotal moment in our lives is lived through clothes -- heartbreak, joy, struggle, and growth are all experienced through and reflected onto how we wear and use our clothes. How we dress ourselves and interact with our clothing can be paralleled by the way we form and navigate inter/intrapersonal relationships. The tangible piece I create as "works" in my art practice are no more than byproducts of healing. Art is how I ground myself in reality and make sense of the world in spite of mental unrest. I hope that the healing I am doing extends through my work as a universal invitation to integrate healing and introspection into one's own life.