Welcome to Kendall World!!
I'm here to wrap you in exalted joy.
You are the brightest aspects of your own universe. Your joy is your true north through the darker parts of your experience. I wish to supply you with portals, armor, love letters, and lucky objects that celebrate you, and act as a compass back to your most saturated self.
My work is intentional alchemy for your truest self.
Born and raised in San Francisco,
educated at Central Saint Martins in London.
Things I love and am always thinking about
"...the artist is possessed by a vision that is precisely this, it is the vision of the kingdom of heaven on earth... the role of the artist is to make you respect that moment above all other moments. to recognize that there is nothing under heaven, no creed and no flag and no cause, more important than the single human life."
― James Baldwin, The Moral Responsibility of the Artist 13:22
“Without new visions, we don’t know what to build, only what to knock down. We not only end up confused, rudderless, and cynical, but we forget that making a revolution is not a series of clever maneuvers and tactics, but a process that can and must transform us.”
― Robin D.G. Kelley, Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination
"Surrealism is the exaltation of freedom, revolt, imagination and love. . . . Its basic aim is to lessen and eventually to completely resolve the contradiction between everyday life and our wildest dreams. By definition subversive, surrealist thought and action are intended not only to discredit and destroy the forces of repression, but also to emancipate desire and supply it with new poetic weapons. . . . Beginning with the abolition of imaginative slavery, it advances to the creation of a free society in which everyone will be a poet—a society in which everyone will be able to develop his or her potentialities fully and freely."
― The Chicago Surrealist Group
"It must generate other acts of freedom; otherwise, it is not love. Only by abolishing the situation of oppression is it possible to restore the love which that situation made impossible. If I do not love the world—if I do not love life—if I do not love people
—I cannot enter into dialogue."
― Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed