My practice situates the view of the spectator in ephemeral and unstable positions as a way of questioning the biopolitical and neo-colonial structures latent in my surroundings. My installation artwork focuses on expanding the possibilities of perception in public space, generating dynamics of spatial dissonance or ideological difference: viewpoints and meeting places purposely dislocated from the place they stand, giving the spectator a new floor to stand and see. I conceive my work involved in the struggles of the working class and against the biases of exclusively white spaces and speeches.