My sculptures are born out of play, as I call on the intuition I trusted as a child. There is risk involved. A specific fluidity must be maintained for the complex orchestration to thrive. In my practice, I work and rework the archived bits, knowing that the longer I live with each element, the more I discover its function, in silo or as a group. Assembled, interrupted, ripped, ground up, sewn back together, I work to respect a rightness that emerges within each piece.
My sculptures travel in packs because they connect to each other beyond their visual similarities. Once coaxed forth, their shapes and colors work relationally: in chaos and in balance, in tenderness and rigidity. They’re all going to the same party.