Marcia Tucker wrote, “It is not a matter of paying attention, but what kind of attention you pay”. This is my mantra and an expectation I hold for my audience.
My life experience as a maker is documented through materials and techniques with which I feel a kinship due to their simplicity. I am interested in minimal and conceptual traditions and contemplative actions of the body.
What interests me most about this work is that a single solitary action, repeated over time, culminates in something that holds the illusion of being solid. If one does not pay attention – if one does not look closely – one misses the entire experience.