My work takes two very different tangents.
That which I refer to as "Neo-Spatialism" investigates a broad approach to surface and the gestures it reveals, blurring the distinction between two and three dimension.
What emerges appears to be an almost organic revelation. The surface interventions transform it beyond a plane that merely accepts gestures to an element that is a gesture in and of itself. Combined with other applied elements (rope, yarn, thread, etc.), the piece is infused with a dynamic of color, dimension, ambiguity and tension. Within this order of randomness an aesthetic emerges that embraces the various parts to manifest the whole.
A separate and very different body of work is represented by three dimensional works incorporating found or repurposed elements and offering commentary on contemporary society with a sense of wit.