My work explores the phenomenology of body-space relations, questioning where experience and imagery converge and crossover. Focused on the space between things the work glides between dimensions, disciplines, and media seeking always to expand the spatial imagination. Ongoing themes intersect the body with architecture and with graphics, the most recent body of work focuses on the body intersecting the grid. Examples for this can be seen in the Body Lexicon series, in A Little Book of Polar Coordinates, and in Grid Piece.
Drawing on countless modernist and contemporary works about the grid by visual artists, writers, and scientists, Grid Piece, a performative sequence spins a poetic, whimsical, and philosophical tale. The imagery, produced over the summer, is an extensive time-lapse sequence where I am seen physically interacting with a large-scale grid. After drawing the grid I proceed to cut into it, performing within as I go along, cutting away until the grid melts into something almost figurative and is then completely diminished; The actions occurring both metaphorically and literally between dimensions.