Soft, biomorphic forms coexist with hard edged geometry. Grotesque textures appear disgusting at first glance, but friendly colors like pastels and neons extend an invitation to approach. Raw wood and paper pulp reside alongside manufactured readymades. The discord present in the work mirrors the tension of navigating strict, predictable systems, while inhabiting a fleshy, malleable human body. Repulsive, and enticing. Absurd, yet cute. Familiar, but confusing. The range of contrasting elements makes for a perplexingly awkward experience.
Pure obsession with tangibility meets with an incessant desire to visualize the weird sensations of being alive. Nonsensical sculptures vaguely imitate aspects of ourselves, and humorously point out how silly operating a body within space actually feels. However whimsical or comical these forms may be, they boldly claim the space they deserve. The wacky work serves as a reminder to adamantly subvert harmful expectations, while embodying one’s authentic self.