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Second Nature Collaboration
Ridgewood, NY- 2015

From 2000 miles, recycled boxes form into objects - our  fresh memory. Things carried, stuff accumulated, from all space to no space, quiet nature to vibrant city. We embrace the urge to create a familiar landscape while changing the way we exist.



My work consists of site-specific installation, sculpture, and photography; using materials with varying levels of opacity, I seek to explore perception through the manipulation of light and planar space. The photographs I take serve to lock into the perspective from which the work is made and capture a singular moment in each piece as well as to abstract forms derived from a specific site. The photographs integrate light, shadow, and formal elements within layers of materials and the site itself in an attempt to perplex the eye of the viewer while hinting at the making process.