I use gestures to investigate the idea above: It is a visual, physical embodiment of thought. My last project captures a person’s unconscious gestures with a glove, and translates these movements into a drawing. A strand of thought takes form of a gesture, then a line. It becomes drawing without drawing.
I look at thinking inhabited in gestures, postures and emotions. I use interactive devices, tactile sensation and experience to find common ground and understanding of relationships between people, objects and the environment. Material investigation becomes important in my works to explore the “total sensorium of consciousness”. The prefix “Inter-”becomes an important word in my practice, used as “between”, such as “interface”, which means a plane of communication forming the common boundary between two parts of matter and space.