In order to formulate a sculptural response to an environment, my work seeks to strike a playful balance between human intervention and natural forces. Oft regarded as chance, but more accurately known as gravity, weather and light, control is relinquished over certain inputs in order to create a work that is both made and found. My contribution is a form of temporal sculpture that exists only for the viewer and the resulting effects conjure significant forms out of vague and arbitrary stimuli.
My attempts to create figures through gesture are a way of reconnecting with the environment, as a result of having no strong cultural ties to the land. By developing my own ritual, I seek to rejuvenate a relationship with nature that by all means had grown stale and stagnant. I use my body and various receptacles to throw, collide and explode biodegradable materials in such a way that the camera reveals shapes that would normally be hidden in the midst of all the chaos.
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