—firstly, there is the thing—secondly, there is one who notices.

The thing, the noticing, and thirdly, the “there”. For “there” is the meeting place—the place of encounter, where things come near, touch and separate—it is the place of revelation and resonance. “There,” then, is the place which sings, "Who made the eyes but I?"

My artwork comes out of a practice of looking—an encounter between things-found, things-made and the arousal of attention.

left: Study (The Unexpected Harmony Found Between Three Unlikely Figures).
tape, copper wire, ceramic bowl shards, plinth