Xerox transfer, 2018, 9"w x 13"h
Through lenses of printmaking, sculpture and installation, I investigate the perception of information. The work stems from my interest in print as object. It balances the weight of darkness and light using forms flexible in meaning to investigate the space where two-dimensional multiples overlap three-dimensional objects. Involving repetition of form, I create environments of movement and obsessive order. The work responds to architecture and design with an interest in adaptation: how the body and self acclimate to space. The work engages play through the use of acrylic, cement and building materials that reference the familiar and domestic.
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