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 “Iexplore the terrain of my body, looking for water, light, and shadow. Sensing breath,
gravity, and space. Observing pain, flow,
and decay. In the process I make sculptures, installations, collages, and photographs to give life to my discoveries. These works become relational fields, connecting me to the senses, bodies, and lives of the people they touch and to the nature of the places they inhabit. Sensuous materials such as wood, steel, paper, rope, and cloth, often entwine with rawhide, a powerful, malleable material whose organic qualities evoke human and animal life, death, and transformation.”

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