My work is a continuing investigation into what lies between the ephemeral and the eternal.
Moment and memory, absorption and evaporation, light and shadow are some of the triggers that inspire me and relate to my work. I choose to work with abstract concepts and ephemeral materials in a variety of media, including drawing, sculpture, installation, film, sound, and performance.
My glass pyrographs are abstract and intuitive drawings on paper made with fire by scorching hot molten glass. This work captures and eternalizes the immediacy of a moment, and it is a physical evidence of my performative act with glass.
I see this process of making glass pyrograph as a metaphor of my daily life in terms of encounters and impressions. Meeting someone, seeing some event, hearing a piece of music - these encounters are fleeting moments, but sometimes the impressions of the moments take on their own lives.