Nostalgia considers the role of classic artworks in popular culture. Central to the video work is an original sound piece that transforms and deconstructs multiple recordings of I Wish I Was In Dixie Land and Swannee River. By combining this entropic sonic landscape with screen captures, stills, and glitched stills from a "classic" film released in 1940, this work questions whether or not canonic cultural monuments that depict false historical narratives or offensive representations of people of color should be reconsidered as society evolves?


The video work is accompanied by an ongoing series of prints.