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My art is more about intangible connections
than tangible things. I am interested in the idea of how works of art capture
and even establish links between and among us – not simply as shared points of
reference, but as interchanges of energy, as nodes through which our individual
and collective experience is channeled.
In my work I seek to incorporate visual
contamination, evoke impermanence and flux, and tap into the intricate,
infinite networks that link us together. My approach is influenced by my
training as a social scientist, and in particular by theories of how identity,
collective or individual, is shaped by fluid perceptions of memory and the
active construction of history in the present.
work in a range of media, including acrylic, gouache and mixed media. My
process emphasizes physical deconstruction, dismantling and recomposing in such
a way as to make explicit abstract strategies that generally remain implicit.