I make art to process the outside world, to make sense of our surroundings, to make comparisons, and to circumscribe aspects of society.
Construction, deconstruction and reconstruction are the motivations for this kinetic process-based project. Each piece develops from a solitary line into a seductive layering of marks. Images emerge from the paper similarly to a piece of ceramic being thrown or wood being turned on a lathe. The introduction of chemicals and ink manipulation create an interplay between randomness and order, organic and plastic. Connections to the natural world - micro/macro and terrestrial/celestial - are apparent. There are strong allusions to geometry. My desire is for the audience to find a place of meditation and inspiration within these works.