My practice is an inquiry into the sculptural qualities of language, defining sculpture as the generative relationship between object and process. This relationship is explored and expressed through interdisciplinary methods, relying on the oscillation between the 2D and the 3D, the physical and the digital, the still and moving image.
The meeting points between object and process interest me greatly. By presenting objects that are used in processes of production alongside the results of those processes, I seek to create works that are non-hierarchical in their materiality; often the byproduct of intent becomes more important to me than the work I set out to make.
I am interested in the tools we use to produce and disseminate language, and working with such tools to present viewers with questions regarding the linguistically communicative properties of material. Often formally and materially led by these tools, such as the letterpress and the handwritten text, as well as the shapes of written language, my practice plays with the notions of familiarity, of transformation and translation, unseen materiality, and the subjective experience of the seemingly objective.