"Sound is ephemeral. Recorded sound is a document. My practice charts the interstice where there is real magic in the moment of beholding before the ability to adapt and change is siphoned out. I embrace interaction and interference in moving sculptures that follow their own logic. “Electricity is live in the best sense of the word”, and I use this as material in circuits that are triggered by human, environmental and other technological factors.
A moving piece strikes an etching plate. Its print becomes a document of its lifespan, a footprint of its movements and sounds. They are a relief of its actions, offering a direct glimpse into the life of the sculpture."