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Everyone experiences loss at some point in their life; it is a universal certainty. For me, it created a desire to understand the human condition. A fascination with cosmology, philosophy, and religion emerged, with the cycle of life, death, and rebirth at the core of this. My work embodies this ethos from concept to process, further distilled to focus on dualities and balance. A running theme throughout my work questions: What makes a space sacred? Is it the space, shrine, monolith, or personal interaction that defines the experience? The idea behind my bigger artworks is to question: can a painting create a sacred space, and does that change the definition of a painting? Can a painting also be a monument? Through these explorations, the combination of materials I use continues to grow and has resulted in a body of work that includes collage, sculpture, textiles, and painting.
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