Day and Night
This body of work is a conversation between the vastness of space and the human experince. The plaster boxes and clay artifacts are the antithisis of space in the universe.
Plaster is warm and smooth, and has mass. We often live inside plaster boxes. The clay artifacts nestled inside the boxes are mysterious; nonsensical shapes and unknown objects. They might remind one of tools, bones, parts of machines that once helped us work.
The Voyager spacecraft’s are now in the Heliosheath, 11.7 billion miles away. How is it possible that space is so large? How can we make sense of being a human adrift in it?
The human brain needs to formulate meaning and impose structure on it, but it's totally unfathomable and mysterious.