At its most formal level, my work has always been about the communication of layers and a sandwiching of digital and analog processes. I developed a drawing machine (using the computer and a laser-cutter) for the visualization of mathematical principles in layers, believing the universality and timelessness of mathematics the ideal foundation for creating objective work.
During the process of completing a composition, I intuitively combine visual mathematics with color, line and proportion.
The amount of concentration and focus required for successful completion of a "turn" with the machine becomes a meditative act:
Away from the cacophony of the electronic world.
The result intends to communicate an abstract, universal, visual language based on objective meaning; an "egalitarian" synthesis of man and machine; an inner quest for spiritual communion with the laws of the universe in an age of mediated spectacle.