2 - 25 February 2023

The assemblage and collage of found materials is fundamental to my art practice. I am fascinated with how the collage process imitates how the mind works in breaking down images and thoughts into fragments of memory.


I construct sculptures from thrown away materials which are deemed useless and obsolete, but which have their own histories and tell their own stories. These salvaged materials are not used out of a sense of nostalgia, but as a means to create new sculptural forms that challenge one's awareness of urban sprawl, consumerism, and the human condition.


The term, fragments, refers to my raw materials, the assemblage process, and the resulting sculptures.


These sculptures come from a wordless zone and reside in the realm of possibilities between perception and imagination. They come into existence before they are named.