I am interested in the repercussion of human contact through our daily interactions and interruptions. While my work often manifests in installation and performance, I sketch in glass, a material that holds record of process. It is in that memory that I am most interested. A trained eye can look at the piece of blown glass and see every tool mark created during its formation. I relate this to human change and burden overtime. My work attempts to exaggerate that nuance; to put the body or mind in enough distress that those minute transformations become magnified as they allow breathing room for reflection. 

Dispersal, 2015

Dispersal, 2015