Address488 Morgan Ave
Enter on Richardson, 3rd floor
My current body of work is created with stainless steel wire which I weave using a simple loom whose design dates back to the Bronze Age. The methodical building of a grid, line by line, is a process of repetition with its own inherent flaws and disruptions. Painting the pieces transforms the material and neutralizes the cold, shiny, hardness of the steel, giving it a lightness. The shapes of my sculptures reference both the natural and the man-made. They can resemble objects ravaged by wind, rain and the continuum of time while at the same time referencing an un-built, abandoned CAD model gone awry.