“Destroying Form and Image” is a collection of sculptures, paintings, and photography that responds to constructed form and image. Born out of the criticism of literal representation, this collection seeks to find a voice within the distortion and contortion of form and image. “I wanted to destroy something beautiful.”
I wanted to sculpt faces. I began drawing expressions from my memories. These faces emulated people from my past – not specific faces, but emotional expressions. I began to distort the faces to resonate the content of my memories. It was creepy. Working off intuition, these faces have an eerie familiarity to them.