My work explores the idea of memory as it relates to the domestic and social ritual of communication. I investigate the distortion, erasure and temporality of my own memories through selected text from my everyday conversations. I develop my work using letterpress printing, bookbinding and screen-printing; each of these processes focusing on the physical cutting and reconfiguration of paper. I then take these basic principles of printmaking and push them into the realm of fiber arts; a practice that concentrates on material and manual labor. Specifically, I use hair as material for hair is malleable, in various ways, and therefore singularly apt to symbolize differentiations between and changes in time and perception as it relates to memory. Using the juxtaposition of dissecting those words I choose to use everyday, through printmaking, and physically reconstructing these day-to-day exchanges through fibers, I am able to explore memory through a tangible experience.