California College of the Arts,
A series of sculptural works using wood, hair, caul fat, rubber tubing and fabric, are carved and stitched, slow means of production in fast moving world. Spare body parts slip between tool, prosthetic, totem and relic; they were initially made to be visually active but static: suggestive of action but immobile; accessible imagery but held in gallery distance. They have now been called into physical action in performances throughout the Bay Area, Germany, Mexico. and other locations. They create recurrent visual and performative vignettes and morph between a nature of sculptural object and use as accessible props or tools, always both being and concerned with fragile bodies in failing economic and ecologic times. These tensions beween existing as sculptural object and accessible tool or prop, between visual art and performance, installation and theater are ongoing.