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I started working in sculpture, and particularly metal a little over ten years ago, in college. I had always been a drawer and painter before that. Still am really, but with sculpture, I found a new challenge and physicality I was and still am, very attracted to. It has always been the exploration and balance between my artistic, engineering and scientific urges, which has kept me loyal to process.
My work is an ongoing attempt to translate this awkward dance of survival. Chasing time and impermanence and contorting to balance and adaptation. I am drawn towards the process of regeneration through decay as well as the rationality of the absurd.