Ultimately, I am interested in balance, equanimity and equality. The clay body/hand struggles against being boxed in. The work mediates the mystery of continuation in overwhelming odds. My work primarily raises questions about the possibility of ongoing equanimity in the face of a failing infrastructure and are formally, metaphorically and often literally on the edge. The present does not need to be sought after for it always asserts its fleeting imperceptible hegemonic presence. The effort therefore must be, and is often, toward not being grounded but groundless. I think about my sculpture as icons in the Byzantine sense of carrying information or transporting one to an idea, of representing the intangible and writing with visual information.
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