In the Thick of Thin Systems

As societies, private companies or individuals create structures to serve their needs, it follows that the structure itself would reflect the character of the creating entity.  Architectural forms can be seen as surrogates for people.

How do we, as complex structures, look on the inside?  Does a stony facade give way to tenderness and warmth?  Or does a carefully composed exterior belie frail, rotting supports?

My recent work explores ways to upturn, examine, throw out or celebrate our interpersonal structures and systems.  Architecture seems to be a natural point of cultural critique when we consider that the systems of language, religion, and currency are not required to question the structures within us, before us, between us.