Metal sculpture as investigation and discovery through traveling with another who is very different from oneself.
Kristin Eiriksdottir’s poem, “KOK,” inspires the thematic of opposing forces and tensions of layering and unraveling, concealing and revealing,
containment and openness containment. Both pastel paintings and photography work are relational and dynamic configurations that create movement between these extreme and opposite paths. The work highlights the physical and intuitive labor that goes into the making of an image. The gestures, colors, shapes, and abstract forms that appear bring something to life that spills over and through the frame. What has been generated, animated, and projected, compels us toward these works as they delight in the poetic intention of intuition, in movement and color.