Aesthetic form, appearing in the most common of functional objects, when placed out of the realm of physical interaction, takes on an entirely new meaning. A sculptural form derived from the object, devoid of utilitarian purpose, can exist at a level that transcends the banal, allowing it to become a complex narrative about visual perception and it’s psychological ramifications. Familiarity and assumptions are scrutinized.
Much of my work has been based on, and motivated by, the allusiveness of physicality embedded in a transient reality comprised of memory and experience. I am interested in the “space” between concrete structure and the understood reality of it as mediated through the abstraction of thought.