Exponential Growth

United States

Size: 6 H x 16.5 W x 10 in

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Art Description

Installation: Clay, Paper and Digital on Ceramic.

Form, color, architecture, technology and light are explored in an intuitive yet methodical way in my work, which exists as a formal theory of systems. Organic, modular cells are assembled as a study of pattern, perception, and development. The unit becomes exponential through the repetitive processes I engage in. The experience of obsessive repetition and sensory overload is drawn as a parallel to the overwhelming nature of toxic algal structures in my most recent series. As the forms grow and evolve, the line between man-made and artificial becomes uncertain. It is a paradox and experience of balance between beauty and repulsion, growth and decay, mindfulness and excess. A sense of familiarity, place, memory, and cultural values come into question.

Keywords: Sculpture, Blue, Systems, Water, Wall-hanging, Cast Shadows, Architecture, Growth, Assemblage, Installation, Modular

Subjects: Water

Styles: Conceptual, Modular, Abstract, Fine Art, Surrealism

Mediums: Clay, Paper, Digital

Materials: Ceramic

Prints: Water Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Modular Art Prints, Abstract Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Surrealism Art Prints, Clay Art Prints, Paper Art Prints, Digital Art Prints, Ceramic Art Prints