My sculptures are concerned with the appropriation of ready-made components and their formation into compositional constructions through a process of repetition. They replicate the module in a non-referential, non-objective manner. Their appearance addresses issues of transience and non-presence.
My practice uses commercially produced plastic piping that teases out aspects of Minimalism, installation, and the immaterial. Some are mounted directly to the gallery wall, others sit on the floor. They are spray-painted camouflage patterns or matt white enamel, and bleached with fluorescents. Colour and light obfuscate the objects and assimilate them into their surroundings.