I create non-functional systems and spaces by structuring absurd actions, which are doomed to fail. My work illustrates the absurdism in the dominant white western narrative by challenging and undermining the concept of “Universality” as an ideology imposed upon every “other” culture around world.


As a BIPOC immigrant from the Periphery Global South, my historical position is to produce so, the westerner, can consume; this defines my multidisciplinary practice in which the act of “making” and “labor” are a way of living. Therefore, my practice is not about the physical product, but the conceptual meaning that supports the absurdist action and its historicist context. In the last 10 years, my practice has diversified in order to explore the discourse around historicist connotations of labor as a way to claim my role in the global structure of consumption.