Dissolution at CASP Studio C
Succumb at Cider Gallery
Flesh & Bone at Artist Image Resource
The Fall at Katherine E Nash Gallery
Using prints, cut paper, and collage, I create spaces in which to contemplate death, impermanence, and the vulnerability of the body. My installations are stark, yet complex. Through historical reference and compressed narrative, figures grapple with a tumultuous recognition of their mortality.
These installations are largely void of color and instead rely primarily on line work. However, tiny hints of hue give evidence of a chronology and highlight the beautiful yet troubling undertones within the work. The result is an environment that quietly provides an intimate pause in which to consider the frailty of the body; allowing us to dwell on the uncomfortable truth of mortality.