All objects carry the burden of intent. Locked into patterns of use and purpose, functionality often supersedes form. Repurposing the functional object to pure form, allows the initial expectations of the object to be recalibrated and elevated to the role of adornment.
Studies with alternative materials propel the exploration of liminal spaces within the current landscape and it’s relationship to the wearer. Grid intersections, modular building construction, and how energy flows, fuels the recursive pattern forming identified within my work. Through deconstruction of the material, original modules are decoded and set to new frequencies. Marginal intrigues stimulate my research. The peculiarities of the lived experience inform the concepts of industrialism and alienation explored in my work. Earnest curiosity guides my hands and vision through the appropriate media and scale the works I create.