I have made artist’s books, text based art, installations, and audience participation works, with a focus on narrative and storytelling. Areas of interest have included Occupy Wall Street, the city of Wilmington, Delaware, and the complex relationships we have with material objects and ownership.
In 2011 I founded Street Road, a project space developed from and funded by my father's former real estate business. This is focused on exploring intersections between art and ownership, particularly of land, buildings, and space. It is also meant to push toward a horizon of mass collective ownership, or non-ownership, and toward the long overdue recognition that the land we occupy was genocidally taken, first from indigenous peoples of Turtle Island, and later through the stolen labor and lives in the system of slavery, a history which awaits reparation.
Currently work incorporates ancestors, father-daughter relationships, Armenianness, willful forgetting, trans-species love, and stealing.