My practice explores the trajectory of materiality and immateriality through processes that have historically lacked in conceptualism. I work against the stereotypes of traditional printmakers by allowing the intrinsically raw qualities of the medium to create conceptual depth in the compositions. The indexing of my body is used as a conduit for contextualizing social and political dialogue, autobiographical experiences, collective injustices, and societal structures placed on women. The layering of imagery is a paradigm for the unfolding and deconstructing work of artists who have used their bodies as a confrontational medium to release frustrations concerning the ownership of discussion about women’s bodies and sexuality.