Life is on the margins, the richest of places where planes and contexts overlap tectonically, and new combinations emerge – resonances, compressed intensities, shear forces, fault lines, hybrids, newly evolved forms finding their legs.
Cultural margins make everything available as material, open to repurposing and re-engineering toward subversive and poetic ends. Hybrid structures on the back 40, upcycling, camouflage, weeds, hacking, accretion, graffiti, vacant lots and tide pools. We are nature, and our margins are our most fertile landscapes.
Working primarily in found and recycled materials, I create site-specific installations that slyly emerge from the environment in which they are placed, mimicking natural ecologies and creating a dislocation of place, material, and our imagined future.