My work explores the inner life of objects. These personifications arise from the weaving together of sculpture, sound, text, video, and robotics. Based on what is assumed and still unknown about the subconscious, I develop fictional identities from found media, found objects, and fabricated materials.
I use experimental media as a device with the deliberate intent to perplex spectators and propel themes related to the mysterious or the unknowable. As a result, I hope to underscore the sublime humor found in subjects like health, consumerism, and ecology.
Although I employ technology, I do not promote interactivity in the conventional sense. Instead, the user-initiated dynamic is reversed, so that the work has its own agency. It acts upon and changes the spectator, to contribute to their own process of becoming.