My drawings forsake the architecture of the grand gesture in favor of a small-scale, pixilated joinery. The method is collage, the means units of cut or hole-punched paper, glued down in closely-ranked rows, waves, or outward-bursting radiations of lines or dots. This work takes place over time as well as in space, as the constructive processes are glacially slow. There is ample time to ruminate over seemingly small matters--tiny variances in color, density of spacing and pattern, or the minutiae of edge relationships as pieces stack one upon the other.
This labor-intensiveness makes the drawings, by default, a study of the nature of time. Unlike plane geometry, where a dot represents a precise location in space, here it represents a unit of time, a measure of moments passing. Unlike the mathematical point, my points do not define a precise place, but conversely elide and elude boundaries.
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