How do we determine objects as useful, useless, ordered, or disordered? These terms are elusive and subject to change through our perception and point of comparison. They can never be entirely true nor entirely false; they exist somewhere between. Through mixed-media installation, sculpture, and drawing, my work embodies notions of order and disorder with man-made construction materials to challenge their conventional context, setting, and utility. My manipulations and processes create dramatic physical shifts to imply the objects could never revert to the original manufactured state, but simply continue to change. I encourage viewers to visually and physically engage with these manufactured materials in new and unexpected ways by highlighting formal qualities and placing them outside of their traditional context.