The forms become the imagery, the imagery becomes the form.
My works are inextricably situated in the form of the piece and the spaces these forms create, of which the surface imagery is a part but not the whole.
This is also reflected in the photographic roots of most of my pieces. The dismembered chunks of photographs retain part of their original identities, while also forming part of a new whole. The same effect occurs with sound recordings, which despite always retaining a portion of their original context merge with their new environment to produce something entirely new.