I think of my art as a form of visual anthropology that traverses scientific research, documentary practices, cultural history and personal journal.
Many of my art projects develop through self-prescribed sets of actions. These actions become integrated into my life as rituals. It is a way to contemplate and quantify the world around me. For example, some recent projects involved filming the exact same location once a week for a year as a way to witness and document the transformations in the landscape caused by the Earth’s planetary movements through space.
I try to formulate procedures that generate collisions between my daily life and the metaphysical underpinnings of reality as understood through physics and philosophy. The resulting art works are artifacts of these processes.