Immortal diet (2010)

As I become increasingly more aware of the magnitude of ecological decline, my connection with nature has became painful, it has forced an acknowledgment of the loss of something dear. My sculptures often drawn from a “found-object” cocktail of elements, assemblage that tell of man’s conflict with nature and an acknowledgement of our new ecological unconsciousness.

The use of physical forms in my work echoes the multiple directions a piece may take in the act of self-organizing. The body forms have nothing to disguise themselves. My intention has been to encourage a narrative, a direct communication with viewer and a direct conversation between nature and people, to provoke a brief detachment of aesthetic appreciation, creating chaos of the mind at a particular moment, vis-à-vis urgency and complexity, the humour and the irony of man’s place within the environment.

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As I become increasingly more aware of the magnitude of ecological decline, my connection with nature has became painful, it has forced an acknowledgment of the loss of something dear. My sculptures often drawn from a “found-object” cocktail of elements, assemblage that tell of man’s conflict with nature and an acknowledgement of our new ecological unconsciousness.

The use of physical forms in my work echoes the multiple directions a piece may take in the act of self-organizing. The body forms have nothing to disguise themselves. My intention has been to encourage a narrative, a direct communication with viewer and a direct conversation between nature and people, to provoke a brief detachment of aesthetic appreciation, creating chaos of the mind at a particular moment, vis-à-vis urgency and complexity, the humour and the irony of man’s place within the environment.

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