Saudade, brass, bronze, copper, wood, cast resin, sapphire
“This work contrasts the mechanical with the biological in a form of symbiosis. It brings the inside of the body outward and references both the familiar and the numinous. Temporal pasts and futures are inferred while existing solely in the present.
These tableaus present a haunting narrative stemming from my interest in the archaic word ‘dwine’ meaning to waste or pine away; languish. I draw from a wealth of past experiences and personal symbology emanating from an intense and vested interest in etymology and archaic human practices ranging from the spiritual and ritualistic to pseudo-medical tribulations.”