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As a sculptor, I am interested in objects that act as catalyst for an anti-environment – a mindset or space that is not defined, and therefore, infinite in possibilities.
The human tendency towards ordering has become an extension of ownership – to understand opens up the possibility of manipulation.
Sculpture works in opposition to this.
Sculpture is a demonstration of entropy – entropy being the measurable amount of disorder within any system. The system, in this case, is all order.
Sculpture is potentially anarchy.
The sculptural object is a celebration of wavering logic and structure, exposing the eminent disorder within all systems.