Working primarily within the medium of neon sculpture, I am interested in the unknown in the contemporary psyche.
In these works, ideas of time dissonance, déjà vu, and nostalgia overlap with each other, as well as with memories, dreams, psychedelic and paranormal experiences, and childhood and teenage relics. Focusing on the darker moments in memory, these pieces playfully explore our interests and motivations to return to specific places in time.
By creating works that perhaps have been remembered but were never tangible objects, I am interested in how we interact with memories, sometimes creating moments that never actually existed.
Removed from their original context and immortalized in neon, argon, and glass, these objects and moments exist in a space that has perhaps both already been experienced, while simultaneously being completely new.