Objectivity: The Art of Looking

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It's All Just Wood 

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I spend a lot of my art practice exploring and looking. Finding myself in alleys, abandoned buildings, and dumpsters surrounded by the residue of people's actions. Archiving identifies these objects and their environments and points out the relationship these places have with each other and the people and objects that occupy them. By adding my own sculptural touch to these found objects I will give leverage and new narrative to these sculptural forms. The objects chosen compare and contrast with each other, like a glass jewelry box enhancing grim looking mushrooms or the organization of tires found on the side of a road. Collecting and organizing such objects explores the entropy of all things.

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Tire Graveyard

I Made A Mark!

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Indoor Plant Trying To Be An Outdoor Plant

You're Not Fooling Anyone

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Angles For The Ordinary

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You Deserved More

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Plant It Where You Want It

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A Man Made River 

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Totem of Bullshit

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Look A Little Deeper

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To Those Who Don't Notice

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Unperishable Perishable