The recollection of a person or a story is realized through a collision of spaces and objects that we assign to meaning. As an installation artist, I am interested in how relationships between the corporeal, time and space have generated an immeasurable narrative sphere. My work reinterprets a spectrum of folkloric imagery through a more contemporary technological lens, layering the intimate, emotional, even spiritual aspects of folklore with the seemingly banal and emotionless aspects of technology. In my process, fractured narratives emerge from spatial and material constructions, alchemical reductions, 'elements,' mud, color, light and sound. By combining the surreal, uncanny storytelling of folklore with an undertow of technological processes, I question if the human mind and body are malleable forms, temperable by the narrative spaces which surround us.