I am a visual artist who is concerned with the relationship between certainty and unreachable or irretrievable data. I explore the layers of experiences that form someone’s sense of place, as well as the varied and imperfect processes of interpreting reality and recalling memories. I am interested in how we orient ourselves and develop a sense of place within loud and layered digital and physical environments and observe how we navigate the codes of different cultures, classes, and sensory inputs. Thinking about the point at which something develops from “nothing” or too much of something, I remember fleeting moments of thrill or shocking sensations like falling or high brightness, causing us to pay attention; the process of finding a place within a non-place, attention in hypnosis, or estrangement in artificiality.