The focus of my current studio practice is a series of drawings 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 by prioritizing the artist's hand while also implying the fundamental importance of the scientific imagination.
Containing no clear points of reference as indications of scale, these drawings can suggest dramatic shifts in perspective. Simultaneously suggesting the smallest of structures and the most cosmic or vast, they expose our connection to them both.