Using language informed by abstract art, my work presents a psychosexual narrative and explores a visual representation of queer identity. Eroticism isn’t solely about sex but more often about raw human experience. Although beauty and sexual allure are represented in the work, there is also a visualization of shame, guilt, repression, and obsession through the lens of feminist catharsis. My current body of work represents an analysis of the complex relationship between sexuality and religion with a particular interest in moral relativism. Themes of abjection and absurdist ritual materialize through fabric sculptures and photographic collages.