My work explores the sensual relationship between the object and the body. I investigate objects that address intimacy in form, scale, surface, gesture, and the human interaction. My work provokes a playful gesture that invites the sense of touch, often evoking a visceral response of skin being poked, pushed, pulled, squeezed, and caressed. I am attracted to surfaces that mimic soft folds, bulbous forms, and a sense of fullness that speaks of the interior of an object. My work reflects on my relationship with the natural world, responding to materials that are impressionable to the sense of touch, vulnerable to natural forces, and the feeling of tension that allude to conditions of the body. Through this investigation I am also curiously exploring the personal boundaries between sensuality and sexuality. It is within the viewer's own experience to negotiate their own boundaries.
These are an ongoing series of work in which I am exploring an abstract concept of space, through an analogue process of design. In a given site, the connection of points "draw" lines through the space. The data of each line is collected by the frequency of points plotted according to the site's specific dimensions, creating an abstract composition that defines the space. As a part of my installation, a source of light is used to create a projected image, again redefining the space into a single image. Through these studies I am exploring an abstract composition of space, attempting to rediscover a relationship between spatial and pictorial contexts through images of line and form.