My work attempts to uncover the boundaries where the physical realm meets the digital. The line that once separated the two is becoming harder to see as we incorporate technology deeper into our daily lives. Is it possible that we ourselves might be the boundary between these two worlds? Our bodies and minds act as a mediator, moving fluidly between these two places. No longer can we say that the physical world is any more real than our experiences in the digital. The only differences between our existence in these spaces are the effects they have on our senses. Are they amplified? Extended? Dulled? Restricted? What happens when the human body becomes the interface between these parallel realities?

Often with simple materials such as fabric, string, paper and light I work to uncover the places where our digital habits have leaked into our everyday lives.

Untitled (touch screen), 2016, fabric/projection
Between Space, 2015, fabric/projection/mylar
Untitled (spin), 2014, string/motors/projection
surface-trace, 2016, wire/motor