I am interested in the contradictions found in waiting figures: even though these figures stand in very close physical proximity to each other, it seems apparent that there is a significant emotional distance between them. Each figure seems locked within their own existence, unaware and unresponsive to the other figures surrounding them. Yet simultaneously, waiting in a line creates a situation where the gesture of one figure leads directly to the next, creating a fluidity between all of the figures. I am engaged by the individual and group anxiety that seems to permeate such silent and still scenes.
Drawings that Work, Mills Gallery
Pulp, Jewett Gallery
Ink Wipe Roll Print, Lesley University College of Art & Design
New England Currents, Danforth Museum of Art
Tracks, Pooke Gallery