Amid the effervescence of experience, there is simultaneously an awareness of one’s body in space, the tactile firing of nerves, the flickering of visual intake, and a most complex dance of memory and expectation In experience, I seek to sustain an anarchic rhapsody of sensation and association. Experience is then neither the individual, nor the environment, but what will continue to define either.
I am interested in sculpture and video as opposite pillars of a larger practice They work together to sustain markedly different registers of time and space. In video, I pursue highly abstract experience. Rather than dealing with content, I think about producing modes of apprehension; abstract organizational space; a grammar and syntax. Conversely, sculptural works are present and insistently specific. I am concerned with the relation of these mediums; the gravity of objects and the abstract conditions through which they are understood.