For the past 10 years my studio practice has centered around a series of drawings and paintings based in simple systems of repetition, sequence and dispersal. The resulting imagery references both patterns of organic growth, and "coding systems" used for the storage and transmission of information. These works continue the tradition of drawing/painting by prioritizing the artist's hand while also implying the fundamental importance of scientific imagination.
Containing no fixed points of reference as indications of scale, these images can suggest dramatic shifts in perspective. Simultaneously suggesting the smallest of structures and the most expansive or vast, they expose our connection to the invisible.