This tiny studio was built to travel around the United States studying places and spaces. By nature, this nomadic practice generates both environmental interdependency and solitude. Using this space allows the embrace of all that comes with it: the mundane, the complex, the fears, and the beauty. It's a spatial strategy where I learn to negotiate and negate various types of systems (and systemic orders)  to cultivate questions of autonomy and peace. This is a living, fluid space—a lifestyle which makes it possible for me to make my art and support other people's projects, too.