My work attacks the veils between psychology, art and spirituality. Through it I seek to excavate humanity’s primal connection to mythic symbols and the art of myth-making by enacting interdisciplinary rituals. In these rituals I use a reductive aesthetic to transmute traditional and modern spiritual allegory into new forms that broaden and enhance their applicability. Material and objects play a large role in facilitating this transmutation and often act as vessels for new symbols to be projected upon as well as remnant installations. By repurposing these symbolic actions and materials, I open a dialogue on their integrality to understanding intrapersonal relationships in a demythologized, superficial world.
Disclaimer: All work represents the views of the INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS & AUTHORS who created them, and are not those of the school or museum of the Art Insitute.