2010, Wood, paint, 72"w x 18"h
My work is not unlike a tumbleweed: a vessel that utilizes lateral movements and creates a fractured internalized utopia out of a daily processing of its
surroundings. This structure collects fragments of information that are then framed within the context
of its physical network that negates the referential geography of its contents. This allows for an investigation into dislocation, collapse, and
abstraction and in turn I convey these moments
through a stand-in metaphysical interpretation of form.
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