Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do. I’m an interdisciplinary artist who makes sculptures, drawings, and installations. I’m Canadian. I moved to Chicago in 2008 to attend grad school at SAIC, and have been in and out of Chicago since receiving my MFA in 2010. Most recently, I spent two years teaching at Concordia University in Montréal, and before that, I taught at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. I’m in Chicago now, and have my studio here, though still dividing part of my time between here and Montréal. I have a materials-intensive practice, and I tend to work at a large scale. Much of my work explores themes of communication, gendered labor, the body, and the body’s experience of space. I think of my practice as an installation or drawing practice, in which I draw in space with unexpected materials, and in doing so, immerse the viewer in the work.