To date, most of my creative projects have drawn on the use of repeat patterning and aural/visual sampling as a means to create graphic images, while studying human behavior and modes of reasoning. I often work with print media, design, and sound to create sculptural installations, animated video, and performative gestures that employ “repetition” as an ideological concept.
Consequently, I am also interested in ideas of abstraction— as it relates to form and the distillation of meaning within a system, mode or sample.
I wish to immerse myself in the research and application of vocabularies of motifs, encoded information, and operatic functions in an attempt to make non-linear and abstract associations involving the "perceptual event" of experiencing signs and signifiers—as static and moving images. Conscious and subconscious methods of interpretation come into existence within my two-dimensional and time-based work, asking the viewer to mimetically identify with the subject, while considering the source, method, and sequencing of their display.