Thread is merely an organizing principle. A frame to drive focus, a tool to loosely collect and arrange the things and people that matter to me. Most of those thread arrangements remain in private memories, but occasionally simulations are captured on slices of time and space or shared in collective social memories. These are some of those simulations.
Texture has always been of interest. However, its only in the past decade that this textural interest has focused and operationalized, or linearized, in the form of string, rope, cable and its application on human bodies.
Personal Experience via long, flexible brushes stretched in the form of lines and molded into taut, conforming surfaces that impose shape onto space. A process of physical and psychological performance that follows a journey from unstructure, to structure and back to a new, alternative form of unstructure. Installations static and dynamic, with or without integration …
It just feels both at once pretentious and commonplace to put up a portfolio. And yet, inevitable. What else am I going to do with these hours?