My sculptures are a continuous exploration to find, identify, and realize balance within tension. Silicone, fabric, cement, metal, and springs are used to create precarious sculptures that find stability through dynamic oppositions. The sculptures investigate materiality and its broad reaction to pressure– exploring both its rigidity and flexibility–and the ways that codependent interactions determine form.
I am interested in the posture of the human body, as well as its presence in architecture and nature. In observing how forms are structurally integrated, my sculptures strive to create a dynamic conversation of give and take; a form of codependency that is generous, creating space in place of compromise.
236-250 Greenpoint Avenue
4th Floor Studio #10