My work investigates the privilege of a creative practice, and represents interests and experiences of people of color and the working class through minimalist art. Leaning into my bias toward abstraction/intuition, I work in geometric sculpture to create power objects--that hold space, acceptance, belonging and ownership. I utilize materials and techniques used in both high-tech and indigenous building trades (welding, wood joinery, weaving) and navigate the tension between them. I compose objects that explore (through repetition of form) the effort of immigrants and first generation Latinx citizens to distinguish themselves within a sea of statistics and establish a home, a contribution, and an expressive self. The repetition prescribes a sense of order to the chaos of anonymity and the fragility of our participation in US society.