My interpretation of sculpture is fluid: I use found and fabricated objects, video,site–specific installation and choreography as a means to explore interactions between knowable and unknowable forms. In doing so, I create works that index a physical and psychological engagement over a period of time. By objectifying the creative process, Ialso hope to create new works that locate meaning within their formation.
The sculptures may converge objects or titles from prior experiences with fabricated forms or bodies they may inhabit, mixing the inventory of past impressions with elements of my imagination and critical judgment. I use this process in order to continue the life cycle of items around me and at the same time, create new sculptural works that, in addition to evoking a sensual experience, also suggest their own history. The forms within the artwork become a set of elements that have been removed from their original contexts and arranged in a way that begin new points of departure. Most often, and in the case of these works, the creative process comes first, and the way in which the work is understood then begins to present itself.