The world is an event composed of events, where the environment, materials, objects and bodies are in a dance, making forms, making space, making time: rhythmic, fast, and slow, in a flight, to what is not-yet and is about to happen. Being is relational – my work is situated in this ongoing improvised transformation.
There are no bottom layers, no bottom particles, no fixed beginning or end, everything is a process.
I make marks through movement – materials as sound, water, topology and moving bodies are my trigger – what is continuous and active, becomes part of my piece. The physical properties: weight, size, surfaces and temperature, and the abstract: duration and perception, intrigue me. I use them as a source for play to have one body activate another: water pushes sand, sand holds pigment, water dissolves, mylar marks. Wood is warm and cracks, metal echoes. By assembling these events, visual and physical triggers activate multiple senses: spatiality, balance, texture, color, scale, mobility and immobility.
We are all emergent bodies in an active space that is fluid and temporal. The present is both a reaction to the past and a potential for the future. We are in a dance, rhythmic, in a flight, to the moment that is about to happen.