"The Women I Know" is part of a collaborative video installation exploring the way group mentality encourages toxic masculinity. When the viewer individually listens to the script of each man in the video, the discourse is neutral and/or positive towards women. However, when the words of every man are put together, they form a rhetoric that is outwardly misogynistic. This installation examines the way in which certain ideological beliefs can manifest and reemerge when encouraged by a group setting.
"You are Safe Here" explores the rhetoric of preservation and protection for marginalized members on college campuses. In addition, this video utilizes buzzwords found in promotional and digital material to question the
possible neoliberal commodification of its marginalized members. The purpose of this piece is to unpack the strategies of institutions, educational and beyond, to commercialize and sell social equality and political representation.