Since 2012, my artistic process has involved the accessing of Individual Mythologies, referring to the term used by Harald Szeemann. Evoked by places and my performative actions, stories of simple women, working, serving over many centuries of time enter my consciousness. The effects of need and desire on the human psyche within oppressive power structures throughout western history is the common thread. I sew these images into needle-sculpted textile objects, I weave lines of graphite on paper or walls. I perform them in installed environments or enact them for self-portrait analogue photographic sequences. The result of my actions accumulate as visual / verbal narratives to be experienced with equivocal simultaneity.