Climate Crisis Series: Of Maps, Cells, Islands and the Planet
While I am a non-representational artist, my abstract topographies evoke the cells of organisms or maps/islands. Thus, my surfaces can be imagined either on a microscopic scale, or a macroscopic level.
Microscopically, informed by my scientific background, the biomorphic forms I create approximate the intricate topographies of cellular structures.
Macroscopically, these forms are reminiscent of maps, geographies, land, ocean, or even our planet as a whole, in a constant struggle to survive; morphing and mutating under the endless pressure of human-induced abuse, exploitation, pollution, and environmental change.