I am interested in the quotidian, the passage of time, and spatial relations. With my ceramic sculpture installations, I explore these ideas to evoke tranquility yet stir the intellect. My stories originate from themes like accumulation of emotions from investigations into space during daily routines. In a nutshell, my works are recordings of daily experiences in relations to time and space.
My most recent works feature multiple ceramic sculptures in serial form as part of a unique subgroup sharing physical traits. They represent a preliminary of a larger idea, serving as a starting point. Structural supports reminiscent of domestic architecture hold up these individual pieces that could be imagined in many different compositions. Exploring the various landscapes of grouping and arranging these multiple ceramic sculptures through active arrangement highlights fluidity and ephemerality while transforming the work into an exercise of positioning and repositioning until an arrangement meets the narrative and site. In return, the action itself becomes an important part of the materiality of the work, rendering it never fixed but ever-changing. This element of movement and temporality has recently been extended to the supporting structures housing the ceramic sculptures, which have been the sole constant amongst the rest of the variables. By questioning the hierarchy within different components of the work, this new endeavor opens up exciting new territory for experimentation in future projects.