I’m a multidisciplinary artist whose work addresses cultural history and stories. My art practice is a synthesis between black culture and spirituality. I search for ways to evoke the sacred by reimagining mundane objects and materials of everyday use. I’m interested in the idiosyncratic ways to convey meaning and metaphorically, have the materials reemerge as myths and memories. The “spirit sculptures and assemblages” were inspired from a Haitian bottle given to me as a gift. I experiment with all kinds of materials, from clay, found objects, fabrics, glass, video and wood, hoping to reclaim the spiritual memory that came with us as Africans to the Americas. I continue to draw upon my experiences, politics and our place in world histories. The “spirit sculptures” emerged as a concept to harness blessings in response to intuitive, subliminal and fantastical phenomena.