Project Type: Sculpture

  • Weight


    The movement of a small piece of black wax on the side of an unassuming cardboard box seems to be a fly at first glance, but then calls the assumptions of the viewer into question.

  • Placeholder


    Placeholder, 2021duvet, rubber, spray foam, water, pump

  • With things as they are

    With things as they are

    With things as they are, 2020wood, rubber, tape, paint, joint compound, vinyl, plastic, handles, steel, copper, boot tray Positions of utility are explored through leaning “sticks” referencing any broom, curtain rod, rake, stick, tool, or mop that has been leaned against the wall. The boot tray is reminiscent of a shadow while referencing functionality.

  • Dunnit


    Dunnit, 2011 12x10x7 inches kitchen knife, fly swatter A non-moving sculpture with dynamic thrust.

  • Fully Extended

    Fully Extended

    Fully Extended, 2021handrail with brackets, steel A railing extends into space balancing on one “foot”. In a body of work reflecting on structures from home and relating them to the maternal body, this piece reaches elegantly, but loses the function of the railing.

  • Holding Hoping

    Holding Hoping

    Holding Hoping, 2023Sorghum, embroidery floss, lamp stand, concrete

  • Kept


    Kept, 2014 Wool, cotton and down blankets, tubes, plastic, motor, black birthday candle wax, rare earth magnets, catfish line, spinner, sinkers, wire, motor, plastic tubing, soap

  • Doubled Over

    Doubled Over

    Doubled Over, 2017 floor lamp

  • Swept Under or Flying Carpet

    Swept Under or Flying Carpet

    Swept Under or Flying Carpet, 2023Rag rug, sorghum, adhesive Playing the line of elevating the rug like a flying carpet versus sweeping something under the rug. Both tropes include mystery: one hides something below and the other soars above.

  • Made Up

    Made Up

    Made Up, 2015site specifictable bases, motors, wood, white table cloth Made Up is a kinetic sculptural installation in which a series of tabletops spin simultaneously referencing furniture, dance and formal gatherings while making invisible forces and air patterns visible.