I represent fragments of information through abstraction. This information can be either visual information, constituted by an image or a physical object to be seen and analyzed, or categorical information, specific concepts or ideas relating to art and art history reimagined in a sculptural form.
Abstraction allows me to observe a small aspect in detail and therefore to see past the context of the whole. I isolate information to alter perceptions of the medium, and the lack of information can suggest anxiety.
My studio practice is temporarily on-hold until I complete my Masters of Art History at Georgia State University.