i seek to document and honor displaced matter, detritus, sediment, or precipitate, through installation, photography, videography, drawing, and other media.
i'm compelled to believe that all matter is part of some great thriving and great coping in this life. after evolving from common substance, we now witness an epoch that forecasts demise for both living and nonliving things, equally. moved by this residual kinship, i look for a visual language to service connectivity in macro and micro: proposing that the connection of all things makes sense.
this sympathy with materials offers a way of piecing together ideas about mortality, endurance, inevitability, worship, and humility.
how might an object's experience contribute to the common story of existence?
how might materials signal a critical narrative of both life and death?