My recent work grows out of several sets of drawings on paper based on mathematical formulas. I have deconstructed these drawings and reassembled them into a new series of patterns, which introduces irregularity and chaos into my designs.
I have projected these designs onto my asymmetrical 3-D ceramic works, which act as circular canvases for the drawings.
My palette choices further instill a sense of randomness as I explore a process of design transformations that evolve from 2D to 3D and from order to unpredictability.
In my latest work, I have begun focusing on creating a set of asymmetrical forms by using elements of chaos theory. I am intrigued by the potential range of unpredictable – though not random – forms that can be achieved by introducing the slightest variances into organic shapes in the initial phases of the process.