The manner in which space becomes memory, memory becomes image, and image becomes object, and all of the other permutations of such, forms the core of my artistic inquiry. My work draws on an individual’s experience of common architectural spaces, and the conformity of materials and forms, that have been filtered through regulation and mass production. I restrict my visual palette to prefabricated construction materials present in familiar architectural spaces, such as temples and other ancestry architectures. With these materials, I employ perspectival effects that challenge the uniformity and flatness of my chosen materials with the language of drawings and paintings. At the same time, the use of these familiar construction materials engages with my own biography and memory, which have been shaped by the ubiquitous spaces of my suburban background. This connection to my biography acts primarily as an initial source, which allows a connection to the collective experience of the viewer.