My practice is performative, contemplative, and transformative. Influenced by displacement, memories, and my home country Lesotho, I invite the audience to find the white spaces or a space to contemplate in amidst the chaos which surrounds us in the modern world. I allude to the immigrant experience and the African diaspora through installation and sound work. I am intrigued with the idea of displacement and trying to find comfort in being through my sound and installation work. Other materials I use are ephemeral: tea, dirt, coffee, cardboard, charcoal, tissue, and the earth, similar to my home culture of making out of what is available.