Origins Installation
Origins Installation

Vertical stacking of complex forms, tells stories of evolution and transformation as humans enter the Earth’s timeline.

 

Origins II
Origins II

Porcelain, steel rod

60" x 19" x 19"

2016

The repetitive nature of loss and destruction when working with a fragile medium has consolidated my tactic of collaging porcelain debris as well as a consideration of the fragment as signifier for a larger totality.

The Transformer
The Transformer

Porcelain, steel rod

69 " x 23"  x 23"

2016

Fascinated by the endless variations in structure that they demonstrate. I developed a series of pieces incorporated into these sculptures, based on microscopic sea organisms called Radiolarians, documented in great detail by the German scientist, physician and artist Ernst Haekel

Earth Energies
Earth Energies

Porcelain, steel rod

62" H x 34" L x 24" W

2016

As I progressed in the development of this project, I became more engaged with visualizations of human culture that were tied to our evolutionary processes; how we adapted and co-evolved with other species, interacted with our environments and developed consciousness. It is this evolutionary aspect that shifted the project from its initial sociological concerns and constellated its shards toward a greater emphasis on the human experience as embedded in nature

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Oracle
Oracle

Porcelain, steel rod

81"H x 21"W x 21 L"

2016

The vertical motif of the stacked sculpture plumbs the depth of experience and brings submerged content to the surface. This process is a re-membering of a long forgotten totality that reorders the imaginary of the past.

 

Oracle, detail
Oracle, detail
Defender
Defender

Porcelain

17.75” H x 14.5” W

2014

Defender (back)
Defender (back)

Porcelain

17.75” H x 14.5” W

2014

Evolution of Peek-a-Boo
Evolution of Peek-a-Boo

Porcelain

22" H x 10" W x 10" L

2015

Crocodile Mother
Crocodile Mother

Porcelain

8"  x 16"  x 14"

2015

Origins Installation
Origins II
The Transformer
Earth Energies
Oracle
Oracle, detail
Defender
Defender (back)
Evolution of Peek-a-Boo
Crocodile Mother
Origins Installation

Vertical stacking of complex forms, tells stories of evolution and transformation as humans enter the Earth’s timeline.

 

Origins II

Porcelain, steel rod

60" x 19" x 19"

2016

The repetitive nature of loss and destruction when working with a fragile medium has consolidated my tactic of collaging porcelain debris as well as a consideration of the fragment as signifier for a larger totality.

The Transformer

Porcelain, steel rod

69 " x 23"  x 23"

2016

Fascinated by the endless variations in structure that they demonstrate. I developed a series of pieces incorporated into these sculptures, based on microscopic sea organisms called Radiolarians, documented in great detail by the German scientist, physician and artist Ernst Haekel

Earth Energies

Porcelain, steel rod

62" H x 34" L x 24" W

2016

As I progressed in the development of this project, I became more engaged with visualizations of human culture that were tied to our evolutionary processes; how we adapted and co-evolved with other species, interacted with our environments and developed consciousness. It is this evolutionary aspect that shifted the project from its initial sociological concerns and constellated its shards toward a greater emphasis on the human experience as embedded in nature

.

Oracle

Porcelain, steel rod

81"H x 21"W x 21 L"

2016

The vertical motif of the stacked sculpture plumbs the depth of experience and brings submerged content to the surface. This process is a re-membering of a long forgotten totality that reorders the imaginary of the past.

 

Oracle, detail
Defender

Porcelain

17.75” H x 14.5” W

2014

Defender (back)

Porcelain

17.75” H x 14.5” W

2014

Evolution of Peek-a-Boo

Porcelain

22" H x 10" W x 10" L

2015

Crocodile Mother

Porcelain

8"  x 16"  x 14"

2015

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