These sculptural works are fabricated in materials such as hand-cut canvas and mirrored stainless steel. Words from classic works of literature and philosophy twist and descend down walls like cascading vines. Syntaxes are destabilized, rendering passages illegible so as to undermine any value or perspectives they may have to offer. The result is a form of cognitive dissonance that demonstrates the inherent vulnerability of language.

Video: Sonnet, 2021-22, 16-gauge mirrored stainless steel with nails on painted wall, 90 x 50 x 1/2 inches (overall)
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