I create assemblages that investigate varying perspectives of memory, and are non-literal representations of interior details from places that I have regularly visited throughout my childhood. Over time, the boundaries between perception and reality blur and the memory of the space becomes unstable. As a result, I assemble playful, yet cautionary modules that represent a hybrid of the space and the memory. The color, scale & materials of the pieces are a direct link to this hybridization. Although I am drawing from personal references, it is not intended for the viewer to experience my exact recollections.