"Darn It" is the overarching name for the work I created in the fall and winter of 2021. The work is a collection of sculptures, performances, writings, and photographs, all thematically united. In these works, I am preoccupied with the way that memories, relationships, and emotions are embedded in the cloth and clothing that humans surround ourselves with. Who we are and how we live is mirrored in the textiles that we wear and use daily. Following in the lineage of many feminist textile artists, these works are an assertion that the domestic is art is labor is meaningful. As time wore on, my studio experiments and writing fragments cohered into many sides of some w(hole); many ways of considering care, pain, loss, love, rest, desire, entanglement, memorial, and personal a/effects; all through fiber, textile, clothing, and cloth.