Folding Time

In Ruin 2012

In Ruin was a process-based installation which involved the creation and destruction of a wall painting and the reformulation of the material into sculptural elements. The element and folding of time was of primary investigation. The work was photographed, printed, collaged, painted, decorated, carved and then destroyed. The material was then painted, plastered, cut, scored, taped, presented, positioned, and displayed. The exhibition contained everything from finished photos and small paintings to dust and trash.

In Ruin 2012

Duration in Sediment/Time in Renewal 2013

Duration in Sediment/Time in Renewal 2013, integrates video and sculpture. The video projection becomes fragmented and distorted while adding the elements of time and duration to the static, although temporal sculptural forms.


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