2010,fishing line, tempera, PETG sheets, 150 sq ft
I paint in space on randomly installed,
entangled strings. By limiting myself to drawing on these strings, possibilities
are contained, and I have to negotiate
my intentions within the structure of
the unintentioned system. This curious
position leads me to draw ambiguous
forms that are both whole and fragment.
The floating forms change depending
upon the movement and angle of the
As the drawings intersect each other,
they yield boundless chances to create
and destroy new forms. I enjoy putting
myself, my work and the audience within these vague boundaries of three dimen-
sionality and flatness, intention and
unintention, completion and destruction.