My work is an exploration of my relationship to my physical self vis-à-vis mobile homes and their interior landscapes. It stages my memories of my experience of growing up in a mobile home community—a place I’ve left but still feel rooted to. The photographic cutouts are sculptural canvases onto which my memories of mobile home life are projected. They turn three-dimensional objects into two-dimensional images, rendering what was once soft rigid, changing the function and reality of these objects. Xerox prints, plywood, and cinderblocks are materials that have been essential to my practice. These materials relate back to the makeshift home with its cheap construction and quick fixes. The figures becomes a new entity to explore the female body in visual culture and explore my anxieties towards the phrase “white trash” and play with its preconceptions.