My practice re-asserts living symbols within Jewish cultural and textural archives as constantly transforming processes of communal meaning-making. I make woven works using a variety of looms to produce complex patterned cloth and abstract tapestries. I hand render sculptural forms using basketry materials and techniques. I spin raw wool into yarn and I hand-dye materials used in all my work. By studying Jewish texts with a queer feminist lens, I create art inspired by Jewish ideas about mysticism, creation, cosmology and divinity. The effortful processes of weaving, spinning and dyeing become devotional conduits through which the mysterious and the unknown are explored. This is within a lineage of Jewish art histories that connect intricacy and spirituality: elaborately laborious art as an expression of the sacredness of the infinite.