View from solo exhibition “Eternity Fleeting” featuring casted cracks installation “Untitled (Kintsugi Covering)”
Sculpture & Installation
My art practice is a poetic perspective grounded in the familiar, yet often overlooked, periphery of daily life. Often filling and casting cracks in the ground with paper pulp, or tracing and photographing shifting shapes of sunlight and shadow, I translate these observations into installations, sculptures, prints, and books. Through this process I explore questions of place and the body, fragility and care, transience and presence, the ephemeral and the permanent.