Architecture based statement
As modern cities expand and grow, people are becoming less and less accustomed to leaving their rooms. People exist in their own private spaces with prolonged periods indoors and an even longer period without leaving the “city structure”, a version of the city that is ceaseless and non-reflective. Instead, I develop my visual art reflecting on these spaces and in conjunction with their physical growth.
I envision my art as a tool to improve not only the visual aesthetics of a space, but to interrogate the social context of that space. Although I have mediums, techniques and processes I feel an affinity for, I never project preconditioned ideas into a space, I let the space feed into the tools - this is the only way to keep a dynamism, for the work to feel alive.