Callender uses methods of drawings, painting and installation to trace and remap historical materials as a means to explore with both criticality and care, how we might disentangle the interwoven relations of race, gender, and capitalism. Drawing largely from archival sources her work engages the mythic and residual forms of coloniality to think about ways that we orient ourselves to the past; using different visual modes of annotation, hybrid narratives, and speculative storytelling, Callender recontextualizes static (or seemingly fixed) renderings of history to consider their relationship to social forces like scale, time, and memory.