How to Be a Homemaker When You Have No Body
How to Be a Homemaker When You Have No Body uses disorienting video overlays and contradictory statements to create an enduring anxiety that feels like an unavoidable result of the digital age. This video was specifically made as a reflection on notions of home and space during the COVID-19 pandemic. As our physical space has become more confined, the way we experience space is increasingly situated in the intangible and less grounded by connections to the earth. This physical connection to our material surroundings seems to be constantly at odds with the immaterial. How to Be a Homemaker When You Have No Body encourages the audience to confront their relationship to media, memory, and storage while addressing the ways that our reliance on the seemingly immaterial can haunt and ostracize us from our art, our planet, and ourselves.