While an Artist in Residence at Arts Letters and Numbers in 2015, I was investigating the physicality of personal, intimate, and private space. "The Flour Room" was a documented event in which I filled an empty bedroom with flour and recorded myself as I spent private time in the room and allowed my body to manipulate the flour through movement. The flour allowed the light filter into the room with dreamlike quality, and likewise the softness of the flour created a space of comfort and intimacy. In this way, the space around my body became activated and reactive as the dust moved with my own breathe, movements, and unconscious physicality.
Although the events where recorded in video, they are displayed in still photography currently shown as c-prints. .