I am interested in ideas that deal with the human condition. Hence, my work revolves around concepts such as belonging, memories, and individual and collective identity.
After leaving Haiti at 18, I lived in the Dominican Republic for 10 years and in New York City since 2010. My migration journey from Haiti has inspired my interest in exploring art-making beyond an insular framework. I create “situation-scapes” by merging architectural forms, essentially scaffolds and motifs, natural forms, and sometimes the human figure. These forms often spontaneously emerge, disappear, and reappear with expressive brushstrokes and gestural marks while constructing my painting. I see my work as an invitation to my personal journey and an offering of a new visual experience.