My concern is the contested territory between the natural world, rational science and what is human. This relationship informs how we understand ourselves as actors within our environment.
My work combines layers of drawing, painting and collage. A mathematically composed base image provides the conditions for pareidolia to occur. Over-drawing encourages human error, individual interpretation and idiosyncrasy.
Visceral glimpses of spaces, objects and creatures. Motifs and snapshots are superimposed onto one another. Worlds emerge at both macro and micro scales. The pictures delight in the atmospheric qualities of space. Akin to being lost in the deep forest, time and space are ambiguous. Mystery and disorientation is encouraged. Parts meld into each other, location and dimension are unclear.