“Breaking with the rectilinear conventions of wall work, Digital Synesthesia 1 (2019) and 2 (2019), consist of asymmetrical arrangements of wool, mesh cylinders, and looping videos. The animation shows patterns of dots and complex webs of filaments. These shift and rotate; sometimes, they imbue fleeting illusory depth on the physical assemblage, blurring the lines between media just as synesthesia confuses sensory input. The abstract imagery calls to mind internal networks of nerves, which produce such multisensory experiences. Most compellingly, synesthesia suggests mutability, transformation, and the potential of the body to transcend constraints—concepts inherent to transhumanism.” Rebecca Brantley for The Brooklyn Rail