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Artist Statement

My work exists at the intersection of art and architecture. My forms are surreal and my materials simple, in the tradition of artists such as Frederick Kiesler and Buckminster Fuller. I create site-specific installations and sculptures, which demonstrate a preoccupation with environment and light, and an interest in exploring time and space via geometry. Biomorphic in shape, my architectural interventions penetrate multiple planes on a monumental scale. My objective is to create new architectural vantage points within a constructed environment to challenge the viewers to reposition themselves within the space.

For my latest project, Habitat, in the Mammal Hall of the former Grand Rapids Public Museum, I created a site-specific installation, juxtaposing the existing landscapes of 27 habitat dioramas built in the mid-20th century with contemporary architectural intervention. By doing so, I explored what happens in an environment when overlaying a geometric abstraction onto representational yet "virtual" spaces. Mark Stryker of the Detroit Free Press wrote, “The New York artist magically transforms the natural history dioramas in a gallery through the imposition of architectural forms. In one, wooden grids hold deer captive. In another, visitors walk inside the environment via a bridge: present reality invading a mythologized past.”

I am represented by Cristin Tierney, 540 West 28th Street, New York, NY 10001.

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