b. 1988 (US)
My work explores the relationship between images, materiality and perception. I am interested in how a close examination of a single moment or detail can serve as a tool for such continued inquiry of this exchange, and how seriality can amplify this revealing.
My process often begins with an abstraction and/or multiplication of the subject as a means to generate multiple readings, encouraging the viewer to project between the recognizable and the ambiguous. Like Beckett’s strategies of permutation, by reiterating the particular—repeating the same vocabulary (or image) over and over— the subject is simultaneously reduced and expanded. Through repetition and seriality, the objective becomes mutable and the minor profound. With each revisitation one begins to read oneself, and read one’s readings; at once being broken down and built anew.
When I say read, I mean see.