Funnels? Buckets? Sleeves? Rabbit Holes? Still trying to figure these out. Take a look and let me know what you think.
These specter-like forms, which evolved out of crushed and reclaimed old work, elicit the sensations and subtexts of the corporeal, layered complexity of human experience.
These shield-like forms emphasize the nature of the barriers we invent while alluding to the multiplicity of ways we create or experience separation from one another literally and symbolically.
Embodying self-doubt, uncertainty, background questions, thwarted progress, or second-guessing, the handwritten words on ceramic tags piercing these vests hint at sensations from all of the above.
From shards of past works, new objects are remixed, each decision influencing the next. The fragments are sorted and classified while narratives are re-imagined. Linear elements suggest intuitive connections to the past work.
Dickeys present a false impression. Collars adorn, identify, and restrict. These dickeys and collars evoke or embody states of mind, situations, expectations, and memories.
Combining imagery of the body and education reform matrices, these works focus on the disparity between reality and data, emphasizing that individual uniqueness confounds rigid systems and prescriptive standards.
Archetypal forms of containment and offering, pitchers, bowls, and kylixes examine body iconography, mythology, expectations, and memories, as they question systems, expectations, and parameters.
Early work in installation using handmade ceramic units, emphasizing contemplative making, variation within a form, and time.
Coming soon! Curatorial projects, writing.
Coming soon! Studio views, process videos, works-in-progress, and more from "the space for maybe."