House Forms Series
In order to displace the notion of a family made up of clearly demarcated individuals, this body of work emphasize domestic blurred boundaries and fluid physical relationships. The house forms are a re-presentation of anatomical interior and domestic exterior connections. Through the act of physically joining and re-routing anatomical parts and cellular structures within the confines and/or nests of domestic structures and body-scapes, the sculptures are homes of interdependence.
porcelain, raku glaze, cotton quilting thread, steel, plaster, stoneware, polymer clay, encaustic with graphite and other media on pine