Mimicries of biological and mass-like forms find their way into my work. These unsettling structures show dominance over the viewer because of their unknown origin. The ambiguous structures are paired with materials that are domestic in nature such as wood, glass, fabrics, and found objects to create a language of juxtaposition of the familiar versus the unfamiliar. My hope is for the viewer to interact with my pieces through a curiosity that I experienced as a child while exploring the sterile environment of the hospital where my mom worked and looking through her medical books at home that were filled with colorful micrographs. This pseudo-medical approach demonstrated throughout my work reveals the fear of something we cannot see and is contrasted by the illustration of my memories, or lack there of, preserved in an environment of familiarity.