The mathematical element along with nature’s structure, are present in my sculptures. These installations are created by combining old school processes alongside modern technology. By combining those two methods, I am able to create shadows and reflections on the surface of the pieces which can lure the viewer into a state of thought.
Multilayer images arise which question the fragility and instability of our seemingly certain reality. In search for new methods to understand the environment, I focus on exhibiting the sculptures in open spaces. Although the juxtaposition of metal and earth are visible, the installations are created to have minuscule amounts of maintenance and thus pose no harm to the surrounding area.
My work does not reference recognizable form, extending the meaning, and possible interpretations then become multifaceted. The sculptures are in contact with basic living elements, where space and landscape are examined in less obvious ways and are sometimes developed in abstract forms. Even though I have been influenced by various famous artists, the sculptures I create are separate from their tendencies and define my own way of expressing art. It is because of this, that I feel attracted to place my installations in public spaces.
Member of Florida Association of Public Art Professionals (FAPAP)