Artist and visionary organizer in New York City. My work intentionally blurs the lines between art and activism. It is engaged, collaborative, and emerges from struggle, or simply put, it may be considered movement-generated art. Although the work may resemble at times “political art”, “social practice”, or “institutional critique”, it is an art practice that is embedded in social movements and informed by the research and organizing happening on the ground -- from Indigenous Struggle and Black Liberation to the struggles of the Global Wage Worker and Free Palestine movement. The visuals offer an aesthetic without aestheticizing. Works like banners and posters may hang on gallery walls, but they do not represent struggle, as art is expected to do; instead, such art hangs in the service of struggle. All my work is meant to roll into direct actions and organizing that then bring more groups and struggles into conversation towards resisting oppression and imagining a shared horizon of liberation.