I make these objects to satisfy a desire to have things that aren't. If they are any good, they are for sharing too. More tangentially, and privately, making and sharing these objects affords me exploration of the means of production, self-sufficiency, manual labor, material virtuosity, durability, mobility, sexuality, visceral response, structural engineering, logistics, basic accounting, and play. Making and sharing these objects also places me in contact with communities of other practicing sculptors, and the history of sculpture, and both play a significant role in my desire to produce. Almost all of these objects require no specific supporting context or structure. They are designed for a life of transience. However; judicious site selection and orientation are still a part of their display.
They are roughly grouped together here into different phases of this evolving enterprise of mine.