MFA ’24 Architecture
I work with materials in order to make the process of an object as meaningful as its final form. It is a practice emerging from dilemmas around resource extraction, participation, waste, work and one’s own time.
This table’s legs came from one cylinder, which came from a computer, which made the angles, which were held by the jig, which held the leg, which now holds the tabletop, which holds me.
By pushing the complexity, I am forced to see and think through each phase, each contingency.
Each phase, each contingency is touched by someone else’s knowledge which was passed on to me.