The interplay of light with colored layers of mesh creates an optical magic.
I use woven mesh to explore the wondrous effects of space and light on color and pattern. The infinitesimal specks of space that separate the strands of mesh hold a power that permits these elements to act independently. Multiple pathways are open which allow light to reflect and refract off each strand, and each color and surface. Patterns can differ in form; colors can be broken apart or assembled; perception can be tricked. These seemingly insignificant bits of space lead to an intricate visual realm.