The interplay of light with colored layers of mesh creates an optical magic.

As a sculptor, I incorporate space with layers of color, light and mesh. In doing so, I have entered a mathematical realm ruled by physics. Being neither physicist, nor mathematician, this has been a wondrous journey. I found moiré patterns that break apart colors; Shape Moiré capable of magnification; and constructive and deconstructive interference that increase or decrease the intensity of light.
In my work, infinitesimally small specks of space separate strands of woven mesh. This space is key to permitting the flow of light, color, and pattern. The work can seem alive. Perception can prove untrustworthy. Forces of physics are active as is the elusive nature of space.