I use iteration and recursion to create simple models that highlight how patterns of meaning can be propagated across multiple levels of a single theme. While algorithms and scientific paradigms ground my work in theory, I am inspired by the struggle for equilibrium amid the oscillations of growth and decay, increase and decrease, complexity and simplicity found in the natural world. The duplexity of these rhythms create a design for movement, so that simple rules evoke transformative events — disruptions, amplifications, rearrangements, inversions, and erasures. Pattern of movement creates pattern of form, revealing the dynamic connection between time and order.
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