–I am currently working between photography and sculpture.
–I don’t do photography.
–Cameras capture a type of unchanging time that we can use to understand the more elastic nature of our lived experience.
–Artists need to find new strategies to make their images beautiful and powerful.
–I make use of image search algorithms in order to visualize a cross-section of our current image production.
–There is no better way to tell the truth and a lie at the same time.
–I obsessively observe and consume, attaching in intimate or inappropriate ways with images, narratives or memories and recreate them line by line with wool yarn on a loom.
–It is a medium with which one can document, concentrate, manipulate, irritate, exaggerate, flatter, and play.
–Accounting didn’t work out.
–Why does photographic imagery hold such sway over us and what is it that makes us cling to it so desperately?
–I try to create new compositions and structures in the body.
–It allows me to think about the world in a non-verbal way which is very direct and at the same time incredibly subtle.