My My, There, There
My My: expression of delight and surprise.
There There: comforting distractions from how we feel.
My My: something personal and visceral, an inner location.
There There: elusive and unreachable, everywhere else but here.
This body of work echoes our relationship with both the natural, phenomenal world and our manufactured world that continues to reference us and reflect our attention back to ourselves.
As the world we construct bends, fragments and pixelates, I am drawn to the living, breathing earth and its resilience and readiness to renew, rebalance and calmly assert itself in the midst of all we’re creating.
This work is an interpretation of that assertion, an optimistic take on the intertwining of these divergent worlds.