Through the assemblage of objects, video and building materials my practice explores the architecture of re-designed, additioned, and disintegrated dwellings. My structures search for an occupant, multiplying variations of post-war working class housing in miniature form. Here investigations of scale and the body result with many vocabularies.
My most current work is focused on contemplating mass-produced architectural forms that have become the subject of home improvement. Cyclically in a state of neither newness nor complete disuse I extrapolate these qualities by finding parallels with the theatrical construct of the Tragicomedic i.e. though the repetition of folly or the unmeeting of goals to no end, or until initial intent is entirely lost.
This focus has developed into a series of balsa wood maquettes, leaning walls and still-videos. These works seek to manifest yearnings for individual ownership within blueprints of modernist mass design.