Stretch is a large-scale installation that utilizes donated clothing and undergarments from over 25 women as material that, itself, holds implied and actual personal histories. The materials were cut into strips and then stretched and woven around fourteen sections of chicken wire, totaling 300 linear feet of sculpture. The process of deconstructing and weaving the clothing of many women together was intended to physically and metaphorically connect the stories of many women into something new, where viewers are able to infer their own narratives. This installation has been exhibited in multiple locations as site-specific works; each iteration is unique, but the pieces are usually suspended from the walls and respond individually to the space. In the first iteration of the installation, Stretch was installed in the basement of Washington, DC's Carnegie Library during Nuit Blanche: Art All Night DC 2015 for one night only.