Finale (Genesis), 2020.
“If you were to create one last piece, what would it be?”
Throughout an array of subject matters I have rendered through art, one particular theme has shown consistent recurrence; An inquisition in what absoluteness is in relationship to what it is to be human. My solution to the above question was to create a piece that was theoretically the closest it can be to absoluteness. By creating a piece that alters its form depending on the environment (Sound, audience. Temperature, angle), it is able to create an infinite amount of versions of the piece. In this theory, we put infinity = absolute.
The piece has 2 stages. The initial stage, Finale, is when it holds a relationship with the artist in a consistent form, and the next stage Genesis, is when it terminates that constant state and transcends into a different possibility by conforming it’s physical appearance into the new environment given. Thus, if I were to create one last piece, I would make one that would transcend beyond my finite existence, and further proliferate possibilities; a singular piece that endures the potential to expand into infinite pieces.
Her artwork explores two different directions - creating movement and narrative through the stillness of the piece, and conceptual explorations of “humanness” and “absoluteness” executed through her own philosophical and artistic language.