My work utilizes data visualization and systems-based strategies to investigate global institutions. I am interested in the movement of people, capital, business, and organizations, and the effect this has on contemporary perceptions of place. I emphasize globalization’s role in creating connections and dislocations through political systems, individual travel, and international business organizations.
Through extensive research of corporations, political systems, governmental organizations, stock markets etc., I look to discover various representations of global networks and activities. I transform this data into a visually complex piece with conceptually disorienting elements, both revealing and concealing information. I hope that my work challenges viewers to consider their relationships with these institutions while reevaluating their understanding of place in a global community.