A Neomodern formalist approach, intentionality and freedom within structure.
Neomodern formalism acknowledges process and materiality but confines those elements to a subordinate position. While concept and context may be discerned by the viewer, it is only as an unintended result and the whimsy of the human mind.
My recent work (2018 -2019), Meditation on the Square, explores the form and function of line, shape and space; creating a certain uncluttered calm while maintaining liberty within the fragmented and blurred iconic images I often use in my work. The blending of shadows and shades contain nuances of serenity; an organic vision brought into focus through intentional structure. Freedom found in structure.
I am currently developing more work in pure non-objective geometric abstract forms and constructions.