I grew up in a household where classical music was taught and performed. The influence of this music had a deep impact on my creativity. My sculpture parallels music in many ways.
Like classical music, my sculptures are related to mathematics. The formal qualities of the pieces are based on geometry. Conceptually, my work is often influenced by chaos theory.
My sculptures are meditative objects. They perform hypnotic events that can be subtle or overwhelming. The sculptures challenge a viewer's sense of perception through motion and sound.
The contradiction of form and functionality is an idea often expressed in my work. It is a subversion of common machinery into art. My sculptures are critical, yet playful.
My sculptures address the perception of time. References to memory, nostalgia, and rhythmic theory are created through the combination of motion, sound, and form.