As an artist, I allow my audience opportunities for reflection. My artworks challenge viewers to slow their conscious stream, and mindfully examine how it flows and to where it may be heading.
As a glass artist, I utilize line pattern and exploit the optic qualities of glass in the creation of interactive, sculptural objects. The intuitive yet curious qualities of the interactive behave as a device, allowing a participant to approach, take action and reflect upon the object’s reaction. The work explores topics relating to self-identity and its formation, interdependence, kinetic potential and cultivating mindfulness.
My actions as a maker are transferred to my audience through the format of an interactive. Providing moments of introspection for the participants of my artworks provides me with a sense of purposeful action.
Studio Song: Blue World by Mac Miller