Artsit Statement


My current work is about influence and connectivity as I have been thinking broadly about the concepts of time, speed and memory. I have recently begun incorporating video into my practice, using the videos I make of everyday activities as a resource for my work. I am interested in documentation of how, as human beings, we perceive and interact with our environment through the power of biology, technology and desire.  

I am beginning a new page in my artistic development that is allowing me to expand my fields of inquiry and material investigations. I am looking at the work of Robert Bordo, Miko & Thayer and investigating time-based practices of On Kawara. The fascinating potential of new and emerging technologies combined with more traditional media allows my work to cross 2-d boundaries into participatory experiences.