Expansion / Contraction
244 kilos of 20mm steel re-bar cold formed to enter and exit a relatively small hole in a relatively large wall at Mooswerks Austellungs Halle in Berlin
sculpture and installation
I aim to create works that establish a conversation with the notion of a frame of reference. When working with spaces I like to create architectural interventions that instigate questions for the viewer, and when working with objects I try to re-establish the context of a material's identity.
Installation at a gallery space in Berlin: Random paths of tree branches flow through space bonded together by a polyethylene membrane. The trajectory intersects with a standard window frame in an attempt to question the frame of reference we have to nature.
a series of small sculpture models representing big ideas.
Milk and Oil
Steel tubes create 3 random parabolic curves through space. They are bound together by a black plastic [the signature], and penetrate though white plastic [the environment]. The white plastic forms walls that obstruct the viewer from seeing the entire piece at one time, while the black plastic bonds the signature of the structural path to the environment. This piece was on display at English Kills Gallery in Brooklyn for November 2008.