In my practice I work with and for non-human subjects such as trees, plants, bees, and bacteria to develop technologically-driven installations and multimedia performances that complicate contemporary theories of naturalism and reveal methods for establishing alliances with non-humans which resist the anthropocene. I create apparatuses, by augmenting, remixing, hacking, and reframing various technologies, which collectively function as interfaces and techno-prostheses which allow my audience to access domains of expressivity, vital signals, and alternate temporalities which are otherwise humanly inaccessible causing my audience to encounter the world differently - ecologically, vitally, temporally, acoustically, sensibly, and ontologically– according to the framework and technē of the artwork itself.