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Philosophers use metaphors of space and geometry to describe how the world exists and how we think about it. Bachelard, in Poetics of Space , says "philosophers, when confronted with inside and outside, think in terms of being and non-being . . . metaphysics is rooted in an implicit geometry which . . . confers spatiality on thought." (p. 212) My sculptures are 3-dimensional drawings that turn ephemeral thoughts of order and disorder into tangible structures.
 
 
Tabula Rasa Installation, paper, epoxy resin, and plaster, 2007