Furniture, buildings, rooms; in all the spaces occupied by the body there exists a reflection. While questions and memories linger in the negative spaces of our furniture and rooms, the objects that remain act out everyday human conversation and confrontation. In my view everything has something to say.
Working with an oxy acetylene torch slows my thoughts while speeding process. The fine welding rod is fluidly bent to shape, while working in 3D allows for the exploration of subtleties in placement and body language. Two lamps may appear to softly speak to one another, but once turned around seem to be trying to get away from each other.