In the Beginning

Through a series of figurative sculptures, I offer an alternative interpretation of how our world was created, in which women are protagonists. These narratives, inspired by Pre-Columbian and ancient myths, my own experiences within my family’s religions, and modern science, indulge my own yearning for myth, ritual, and spirituality.

In the beginning, there was nothing and there was everything. After the big bang, the one and only being found itself dispersed throughout the void in a plural state of existence. This is how our world came to be. 


She collects particles from the void, attaches them to herself, and then sculpts those particles into all beings who populate the earth. 


She collects dark matter from the void, swallows it, and then breathes it, as she sings, into all beings who populate the earth. This dark matter is spiritual, it is our soul.