Trained in sculpture and installation, Sarah builds platforms for collective making, healing, and transformation. Joshua, with a background in the culinary arts and hermeneutics, creates work that asks questions of consumption and ritual. Siblings who rarely got along, we now collaborate to facilitate interactive installations advancing deepened inhabitation, communication, and play. Our process begins in microcosm: mending our relationship offers first steps towards healing the world. Having inherited the ancestry of the colonizer and a vocabulary of love assuming possession, we’re imagining frameworks for moving and making that instead honor listening - through our bodies, our environments, and each other.