Right now I'm working in Los Laureles Canyon, Tijuana through a seminar hosted by Lesley Stern. We are looking at experimental gardening as a means of food production and community engagement. The seminar has really deepened my understanding of what participating in a community involves. Before relocating to La Jolla I organized within the Navajo Nation to document more about the legacy of uranium mining there. My sculptural works often grow from these types of relationships. I have been exhibited at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, El Paso Museum of Art, and Vincent Price Museum in Los Angeles. Currently, I'm showing a solar-powered light box completed this winter for the Mexicali Biennial at VPM. The sculpture is part of a series of exclosures or installations which play on issues of revoked spaces.