my practice contemplates becoming re: active theorizing  i am fascinated with human evolution through spiritual processes and our ability to deeply know ourselves or ‘PUT MEAT ON MY SOUL’ as sonia sanchez writes. this process is made possible when transness and queerness are centered -- indgenous spiritual processes are not bound by binaries. as a haitian-ghanian black american, i am also interested in the diasporic experience and its influence on the spiritual process re: resilience; fluidity; synthesis and illumination of new pathways. art objects can call upon dimensions beyond our physical nature and become embodiments of interdimensional visions. i am mashing of many pathways that crossed due to cosmic circumstances. i take many forms and my practice does as well.
 “people of color have always theorized . . . and i am inclined to say that our theorizing (and i intentionally use the verb rather than the noun) is often in narrative forms, in the stories we create, in riddles and in proverbs, in the play with language, since dynamic rather than fixed ideas seem more to our liking.”
✧˖° barbara christian