Shape, Shadow, Space
What is the collective and unique experience of space? With porcelain as my primary medium, I explore space as both a physical site and as a condition of being—a psychological interior marked by qualities of belonging, longing, displacement infinity and boundaries. The installation Shape, Shadow, Space explores what we do to create, break, and contain space. It examines how shadows inform space and is evidence of light being blocked and the space being altered. The shadows help contain our understanding of space and can change when your shadow become incorporated. For this work I painted and added shadows to alter the experience of form and space.