I feel deeply connected to organic forms. I am always revisiting them, constantly working with the juxtaposition of complexity and simplicity, saturation and repetition as opposed to minimalism and elegance. I have experimented with abstract and organic shapes to see which ones I find most comfortable to touch and, at the same time, which ones produce a different sound quality.
Why sound? When I had my first experience working with clay I started to realize that once the work is dry I could tell how thin or thick the wall was by tapping lightly and hearing if the sound it produced signifying thinness or thickness walls. I learned that it was through the manipulation of the materials that the sound qualities were discovered.
The colors and organic shapes of the work invite the public to approach and touch them. The sounds produced by interacting with the work will entice the viewers to explore the possibilities of physical interaction.