Tents, Boxes, Enclosures
These rudimentary configurations in bronze and clay explore architectonic structure and enclosure. The bronzes are unique lost-wax castings formed in a variety of working states of malleable wax. The ceramic pieces, made from pliant, highly grogged stoneware with small additions of oxide colorants in the clay body, were fired in a variety of ways, from oxidation to a salt kiln that yielded a slight gloss and flame patterns. The configurations themselves illustrate flux states, suggesting structures in formation or coming apart.