Drawing and sculpture made from flocked cutouts, images of cell towers, billboards, trees and found sawhorses, ladders, create a fractured landscape in a continuous state of flux: growing and collapsing, caught forever in a state of becoming.
In the large works on paper titled "Under Construction," lines form piles of lumber, ladders, windows, and structural beams. The scale of the drawings invites viewers to imagine entering a construction site, but one that is unstable and impossible. Spaces are at once exterior and interior, with infinite additions and subtractions and cutouts in the paper itself; the simultaneous building and destroying of the images suggests either an optimism underlying destruction. / Graphite and charcoal on paper; 72 x 96 inches