I examine built architecture as spaces that embed power dynamics, expose the intricate politics inherent in nation-building exercises, migration, displacement, and functions as a location of identity- embodying aspiration, desire, and belief. Through critical spatial interventions that emphasize collaboration and coexistence my works aim to counter established narratives to unpack layers of alteration and erasure of history through construction, restoration, and destruction. This results in my research being experienced through participatory performances with poetry, kinetic sculptures, sculptural line-drawings, public installations of scaffold and images that are created with community involvement, video, sculpture and often graphite drawings on paper.