ORDER AND CHAOS
This body of work includes installations, sculptures and video which depict worlds in which chaos is controlled in a single moment of time.
I use a wide range of mass-produced materials to create a dueling dialogue between the natural and urban landscapes. In most cases there is an intentional reference to water and its destructive capabilities. However, the extreme calm and order seen in the works communicates a certain level of control over or complacency towards the threats of water. I am interested in placing the creator in comparison with the implied destroyer, be it a consumer as the destroyer or Mother Nature herself.