To what extent can something be transformed through context and repetition? What toll does this endeavor take from the artist? How far will process take us and what sacrifices will be made?
Will the symbol’s meaning be lost in a multitude of itself? Do perceptions of the symbol change when hung from the ceiling in an eerie echo of children’s paper snowflakes? In what ways do the juxtaposition of nature and man-made create new connotations and meanings?
Through these works I have been examining process, repetition, the balance between healthy and obsessive artistic practice, and transformation through context and juxtaposition.