My work employs scientific tropes to incite curiosity about ecological phenomena. I am interested in poetically articulating the incongruities between our current economic growth paradigm (conceptually unlimited) and our emerging notion of sustainability (limited by finite resources).
I try to capture the visual language of embodied form moving through cycles of destruction and creation within a finite landscape. I am curious how ideas are conserved, mutated, transmitted, or lost in time by the molecular play of our shared materiality. I create experiences for viewers to observe and reflect on biophysical transitions as finite materials cycle between a figure and its field.
I am fundamentally interested in how we might conceive of an ecological rationality by reflecting on the co-evolution of a culture and its supporting ecosystem.