Portfolio > 2019 - 2020

Biophilia (seeds)
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
60 x 180 x 2.5 inches | 2020 Arizona Biennial | Tucson Museum of Art
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia (seeds)
60 x 180 x 2.5 inches | 2020 Arizona Biennial | Tucson Museum of Art
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
60 x 180 x 2.5 inches | 2020 Arizona Biennial | Tucson Museum of Art
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia | opening night
Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum
Biophilia (seeds) | gallery view
Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum

Biophilia
The term Biophilia describes the innate human tendency to seek connection with nature as part of one's well-being. The work is comprised of two 15-foot panels that together carry over 1,000 abstracted seed and leaf forms. The clay forms are suspended by individual sewing needles.