is about logic. As soon as I feel familiarity with what I'm seeing, I must break it -- turn the canvas, add a vanishing point, enter the space anew.
Stories of what I'm seeing run through my head, and I avoid falling in love with them for as long as possible. I think at some point it is inevitable, but by giving one piece these past lives, that layering -- that striation, sedimentation -- of possible avenues and past wholes seems to give the work a dynamism and breadth. Each piece is a showcase of evolution, organically as possible.
I strive to depict the incompressible that grows the more you give your eyes to it, but which can never be captured whole.
To create art that outruns our means of processing it, but by engaging with it, teaches us new ways to create connections.
Art that lets us earn new ways to see again, by spending time with it, just quiet eyes.