I am drawn to the intrinsic complexity and aesthetic beauty of biological forms and growth. Intrigued by the complex interplay between an organism and it’s verging environment. Here I seek to capture a quietly shifting sense of reflected growth, whilst being attentive to the spaces and balance between these forms.
This work is concerned with scribing words to trace and loosely render their meaning through fluid compositions. These objects present a simple contemplation of stilled movement, communicating and presenting breath, rendered in blown glass forms. I wish to continue to explore this interplay within the fluid structure of this material. To present work which illustrates both a sense of aesthetic balance whilst addressing cycles of fluidity and connection.
Within these pieces, the hand formed neon forms and text ravels and unravels in the interior of the form. Partially erratic, one glimpses sensual and meandering lines. Much like the information with our own cells, the illuminated text within this form, contains simultaneously limited yet limitless potential.