I make art as an exercise in -- and a call for -- deceleration.
I try to promote patience and delayed gratification by presenting
viewers with pieces which, once given a closer look, reveal
surprises that are invisible at first glance.

Slowing down and being singularly focused are key ingredients
of my studio practice, which involves working on the same piece
for months, sometimes even years, for long stretches of time
almost every day. I use simple materials that can be found
in any art or office supply store -- paper, cardboard, staples,
pins, googly eyes -- to make elaborately planned out and intri-
cately executed works that appear simultaneously simple and
complex, technological and toy-like, mathematical and organic.
As a challenge to myself and to the way we live today, no part
of my creative process involves a computer.

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