This work explores the concept of time defined as change in matter and questions our role as the conscious observer in initiating and quantifying this phenomenon. This manifests in the participatory action of starting a process in each piece. This act, in conjunction with the body as the site on which these objects exist, reinforces the requirement of an observer for matter and time to exist. In essence we define time by observing change. Matter becomes a physical manifestation of a temporal system based on information and ratios. The objects produced are moments of processes existing across space and time.


        An exploration of materials, their qualities and interactions defines a large part of my practice. Exploration, curiosity and discovery maintain prominent roles in my process. I explore matter’s inherent qualities through interactions with the wearer in an attempt to instill a thought-provoking phenomenological experience.