As an artist, I have made it my personal mission to exemplify the viewpoints that are important to me. I have captured feminism from several different cultural access points and perspectives through a twenty-four-piece series, of which several are pictured. I strive to explore the differences between gender affectations through lenses I am unable to access.
This series has been an experimentation of expressing gender
differences, the goals of my own social activism, and a global perspective on what work must be done for oppressed, trans*, and non-binary women.
Being a queer or being a woman in this society can be seen as a disability through the social landscape, and my art has become a way to articulate the structural and emotional toll that women and non-binary people face every day. Whether through legislation or social interaction, women experience oppression systematically and my art has been an attempt for bending the unspoken laws of gender actualization and queering femininity and masculinity.