The basis of my studio practice is an emphasis on the mundane that co-exists with atrocities, transcribed in mediation between diary entries and bureaucratic forms. For me, the record of such moments act as a way to self-reassure and make sense of national fatigue.

Intimate is meaningful considering its illegibility, it is tongue-in-cheek. Bureau not only inquires to archive a document but further to have literacy over these documents.

I gently deviate legible into intimate, using pencils, cardboard, oils, film-negatives, terminal commands, and prompts. Within the series of notes, still-lifes, measurements, and performances, I incorporate diffused family stories and national indoctrinations into personal fiction.