I am interested the complex nature of our human existence. As an embodied consciousness, we experience our selves and our realities through the world of form, encapsulated within the Everyday: The present, the now, the only day we ever have.
Eloquently, Joseph Cornell termed it Eterniday, [a fusion of the timeless and the daily]. This is a reality which we all share and to which we are all bound.
Process and materiality are integral to my arts practice.The reclaimed materials that I use in my sculptures and the element of repetition, an ongoing theme in my work, are key elements through which I form my visual language.
My interests lie within the experience of the everyday, the simple and often repetitive elements of everyday life through which we are impelled to live out the complex nature of our human existence.
Reclaimed and recycled materials used in my sculptures