What emerges from my projects often manifests the in-between; a state of transformation and buoyancy. I negotiate a set of constraints from the medium, creating rules and using errors to “grow” a piece very much as if it had its own DNA, its own properties and behaviour. Much like a form of programming, this practice reflects and translates my ideas about determinism.
I find it natural to change mediums; I see similarities between playing with words and playing with clay. I treat them with the same expectations.
Somehow, I want them to speak, I want them to do the work, and yet out of that comes a shared language between the pieces.