In my practice my focus has been on two interconnected areas of assemblage. One has been to explore unique ways of using found objects to produce sculptures that cause the viewer to focus on the whole before they realize what the parts are. By using hundreds of similar objects to fabricate one sculpture, I blur the line between the whole and the sum of its’ parts. I will exhibit geodesic spheres fabricated out of hack saw blades, use yard sticks to mimic minimalist painting, and show various size “dandelions” made out of screwdrivers.
While continuing to use found objects, the other focus of my practice has been to make simple assemblage pieces, which focus on various current social issues. I have always believed that one of art’s core responsibilities is to make people think outside their individual box. Outside of the boxes and materials I use.
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