My site-specific art responds to place, inhabited, negotiated and navigated through gestures of walking and way-marking. As extensions of nature, piled structures evoke material and spatial patterns in the landscape.
My art installations examine the commodification of culture where mass-production defines self-expression. I find more use in wasted cardboard boxes and shipping palettes than in the products they contain. Working from a discarded kit of parts, I salvage a personal voice from prevailing patterns of consumption.
After art becomes an archive of flattened sculpture and paper architecture, the generative process continues. In the role of an archaeologist, or architect, my drawings expound on previous sculptures, artifacts, and documented landscapes, redrafting linear concepts of time and progress.