It is ironic that the proliferation of objects and daily contact with them seem to weaken our sense of the physical world. I seek to explore the potential for sculpture to reconnect us to that world.

We surround ourselves with word-associated constructions and two-dimensional images, but there is still an urge to express ourselves physically, to feel the emotional power of space, which is essentially the desire for movement.

I seek to reinvent such emotion in terms of sculptural energy. To release new rhythms that surprise, enchant and move us because they have a deep resonance with our own spatial potential and experience.