My works convert physical movements, emotional states, sensations and mental monologues to visual and material configurations. Through a self-reflexive, repetitive process rooted in the here and now of my own lived experience I collect data and measure it against natural phenomena such as gravity, liquidity, light, wind, heat and elements like air, water, fire and earth. Chemical reactions are allowed to emerge by chance from the free interaction of materials within ordered frames. Pondering on the organic, affective, emotional and instinctual processes of the human body each piece can be seen as a microscopic fragment of the self, an abstraction of the living subject into visual data, and an attempt towards ultimate unity. At the very core of each work is the constant seeking of a post-humanist, universal condition in which everything is interconnected.