Most of my work has a scientific connection. The large architectural
installations reflect an analogy to the structural order found in nature.
The thinking process is usually multilayered and although the scientific
concern may be in the foregound, aesthetic, material and theoretical
considerations modify and alter the final configuration. Thus the work
CG88 is concerned with the juxtaposition of knowledge and information
relayed by my senses: I know the Earth is round, but I still see only
a flat surface. I am also aware of the problem of two dimensional surfaces
within a three dimensional space; the relationship and tension between
materials, spaces and volumes. A precarious sense of balance reflects
impermanence and variation. These thoughts form the components of my
vocabulary in the conception of my work. Art is a reflection of our
thoughts, and since most ideas are complex, so is art.