I create drawings with unorthodox materials—light, Mylar emergency blankets, metronomes, fans, etc.—that are activated by participants. My drawings examine, question, and challenge the indexical quality of the materials. The structure of the work is fully exposed to the participant to reveal the process of creation. The participant’s immediate experience, generated by the communication between the human body, the physical object, and light, is the core element of my spatial and temporal drawings. Every interaction becomes an ephemeral mark of the drawing that also enhances the experience of it. Thus, the work holds the potential to fully exist within the sense of impermanence and the transient nature of time.