SFSU (San Francisco State University), 2000, BA in Art (Painting and Printmaking)
A world both familiar and alien is created in my work. It is a world understood through representation or inferred thought, but one rarely known intimately. This work traces a path along imagined spaces to reveal the unseen order that lies below the surface of the everyday. This order exists in many forms, whether it is the veins of blood in animals, neural networks in brains, currents of wind and air, and networks of machines and computers. The larger phenomena revealed in my work is the seemingly chaotic systems of such order. Lines and mass accumulate and then digress from each other in random fashion creating fields imbued with tension and relief.