What do you see when you picture outer space? Do you see this?
An exploration of Panspermia (from Ancient Greek pan (all), and sperma (seed)) led her to parallels between human sexuality and the universe. Panspermia theory proposes that life exists through the Universe, carried and dispersed by space dust, meteorites, and comets. Life on earth and therefore humans are the direct result of this intra-space insemination.
Looking further, she learned that the Sambia people of Papua New Guinea center their beliefs on the circulation of sexuality as male and female milk flowing through the human vessels.
"Milky Way" is a series on male milk (semen) and female milk (breast milk), shot up close. This eerie, intimate project representing space through the human dimension is a gentle reminder on permanence and ephemerality.