I am fascinated with my own body and its shifting surface. In the mirror I observe undulating organic forms which approach recognizable anatomical reference and then dive back into obscurity. It is difficult to view myself as a whole entity, instead I see individual fragments associated with internalized stigma hovering out of proportion, out of alignment. I harvest images from the web and synthesize them with my own photographs to make collage and reference material for sculpture. Occasionally I purchase what is suggested to me by the algorithm and make sculpture collaboratively with the disjointed image of myself datamined by corporate interests. Whether I am carving stone, assembling products from my targeted advertisements into assemblage, or creating collage work from images saved on my cell phone, I am seeking to reorient myself and my viewer within a larger social framework of body image and consumption.