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My recent investigations explore topics of perception, beauty and memory. I focus on capturing and formalizing our connection to "balance" and how one might achieve this through the use of positive and negative spacial conditions and materiality. In these areas I search for visual responses that translate into a place in the mind, a place of senses, the feelings of timelessness with suggestions of familiarity to the unfamiliar.
My studies are built from an alphabet I have created to inform the final presentation of the paintings, collages, sculptures and found assemblages. This language serves as my parameters for guiding my process, helping to avoid attention given to artistry or unnecessary layers of perceptions. The invitation is given to acknowledge the complexity within the simplistic approach to the geometry, material handling and final positioning.
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