In my art practice I study the mechanics of things by making representations that follow a logic based on my understanding of the subject.
My method often combines elements of chance and algorithm and possible assumptions, and the materials I use are not fixed but respond to the idea I seek to explore.
I draw from the knowledge that our perception of reality is never exactly how it seems – we cannot see certain elements, nor can we hear certain sounds. It allows imagination to run free and validates my assumptions.
The outcome of this investigative process often translates into an abstract system or representation, which I see as the expression of my exploration, an open-ended enquiry.