While on Fellowship at Ox-Bow School of Art and Artist' Residencies in Saugatuck, MI in the summer of 2014, the space of my studio was transformed into a social space, in which a practical need to wash ones clothes was fulfilled. Through asking peers and colleagues to hand wash clothes with me (asking me out of necessity) and allowing them dry for the whole community to see, my practice investigated concepts of labor and leisure, femininity and masculinity, and cleanliness and dirtiness. Simultaneously, Let's get clean functioned to bring forth questions that critically engaged practices of "washing", the gesture of "cleaning" in general and specifically the outdoor environment that persons at Ox-Bow occupied, and the overall nature of artworks that operate in the realm of ephemeral, non-object-based performance, interactions, or interventions.