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Working with the idea of repetition and transformation, these paintings examine what happens to conflict in a non-dual space. Each painting references a pair of characters in physical or metaphysical opposition from art history. The mark making emerges as I draw and re-draw the hands from these conflicts (Jacob Wrestling the Angel for example) over and over again until they are no longer distinguished as separate entities. My goal is to glimpse a third form that offers a view beyond the familiar dance of yes and no.

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Working with the idea of repetition and transformation, these paintings examine what happens to conflict in a non-dual space. Each painting references a pair of characters in physical or metaphysical opposition from art history. The mark making emerges as I draw and re-draw the hands from these conflicts (Jacob Wrestling the Angel for example) over and over again until they are no longer distinguished as separate entities. My goal is to glimpse a third form that offers a view beyond the familiar dance of yes and no.

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Working with the idea of repetition and transformation, these paintings examine what happens to conflict in a non-dual space. Each painting references a pair of characters in physical or metaphysical opposition from art history. The mark making emerges as I draw and re-draw the hands from these conflicts (Jacob Wrestling the Angel for example) over and over again until they are no longer distinguished as separate entities. My goal is to glimpse a third form that offers a view beyond the familiar dance of yes and no.

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A photographic outcome from a wall installation.

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A hyperreplication of a 2015 installation.

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