As an artist interested in humor, I want to get a laugh. I contend that comedy has the power to trigger radical personal and social change. It points us to those potential spaces of transformation that exist between stimulus and response, allowing for the absurd, creative, unexpected, and rule bending to emerge. In my artwork, I use and subvert mundane materials such as yarn, cardboard boxes, embroidery floss or balloons in an effort to provoke a different perspective and cathartic laughter. I am an interdisciplinary artist questioning expanded notions of space; some of those include the realm of the domestic, gendered, private vs. public, virtual reality, the gallery, and the promising revolutionary psychic space I believe joking creates. Ultimately, I take pleasure in ideas and liberating the familiar through study of the funny.