My recent work investigates inflatables as painting, sculpture, installation and performance costume. I mine the language of painterly abstraction, monumental sculpture, slapstick humor, and pop art to transform mundane industrial materials into inflatable painted sculptures and performative props. I work within a deeply feminist critique of the contemporary art world. I use humor, acidic color, obnoxious scale, and absurd pop-culture references to challenge art historical precedence and current art world power dynamics. My work is particularly invested in exploding the structural possibilities of abstract painting, expanding the kinetic possibilities for monumental sculpture, and enlivening the dialogue around contemporary art across class, gender, age, and education. My recent work has evolved out of an examination of domestic objects of comfort and play. This impetus led me to explore forms that included: things in my home - pillows, mattresses, couches; things related to my kids - stuffed animals, bounce houses, cartoon characters, tents, forts; and things related to protection - airbags, ladders, cages, amoebas, etc. I have employed silhouette shapes taken from fragments of architectural photographs of my home and shapes loosely reminiscent of cartoon characters as a starting point or pattern from which an inflatable form is stitched. These architectural fragments once inflated become figurative: a reference to the people who dwell inside and the thing that makes a house a home.