At the intersection of art, design and technology is where I find myself.
Working between these disciplines, I am both at home and estranged from each. Because of the general reluctance to consolidate these subjects I have had to rely on my own investigation to expand my knowledge and skills in each. Emerging from the combination of art design and technology, my work has come to be the sum of techniques I have invented and tools of my own creation.
My explorations are proto-scientific, guided by aesthetics, and fueled by discovery. Thriving from experimentation and evolution, I constantly search for knowledge and skills that serve my work and help me further repurpose, reshape and recombine elements in art, design, and technology.
The estrangement from the subjects I work within stems from the fact that my projects are seen as foreign by each. Artists see my work as overly aesthetic or technical, by designers it’s seen as impractical, by engineers as merely artistic, and from an institutional perspective, it's simply too dangerous. despite these considerations, my drive to further develop and experiment has not diminished. I find myself obliged by my various fascinations to delve deeper into the chasm that exists between art, design, and technology, and find new ways to amalgamate the three.