I create compositions in time with computer programs and electronics, build immersive environments that are activated by projected and natural light, and intervene on materials that erode, drip, melt, evaporate, break apart, or float away.
Discarded and found objects are my starting point. I reclaim these materials to create my sculpture, especially the brightly colored plastic bottles I find walking my dog, left in curbside recycling.
I canít resist collecting them
Surveillance is now part of our everyday lives. The Surveillance Series asks "Who is Watching?,"
"Who is being watched?." "What is real?." The Snooze iPhone clandestine subway commuter portraits capture unguarded moments of our public lives
My work points to contradictory messages transmitted by the form and the content of the objects that make up the contemporary American environment, often referring to literary theory, semiotics, and feminism.
As an installation artist and painter, I have worked with many materials. For my sand painting
series, I have created nearly 1000 spontaneous, ephemeral sand paintings and currently creating similar
works on canvas