body of work called MARGIN, explores the architecture of structural and
symbolic peripheral space. Preceded by PASSAGE, a series of work that
addresses the cavities and thresholds of interstitial space, MARGIN looks
to the edges, corners, and fringes, below, behind and through.
Chronicling a recent trip to Berlin, MARGIN extracts areas of vacancy
and locates their relationship with physical trace and presence. Through
depicted and sculptural intersecting planes, these pieces cast shadows
that interrupt their self-imposed boundaries. The resulting forms and
imagery suggest lacey mathematical equations both brutish and technological.
I’m looking for the collision of the non-physical and the material,
a tertiary site where absence and presence are one.