Form and function manifested by removing a piece of an outline – adding by taking away.
Woven. Stacked. Commingled. The moment two outlines merge, new expression takes shape.
Points of contact between outlines are reduced to a bare minimum, and the flow of time is frozen in its tracks.
A leap outside of the confines of a framework reveals the fascination that lies hidden within.
Re-examining the boundaries of a space allows us to create new boundaries within, which leads to finding a space that is our own.
Motion gives outlines new function, and when moving outlines can be seen new discoveries can be made.
Intentionally making borders vague only makes the true nature of things clearer.
Outlines twisted. Twisted outlines conjoined. The boundary between the second and third dimensions begins to fade.
Outlines layered become indistinct, while further layering produces depth, and eventually the unexpected.
Lines sketched in the air around some invisible object create something that feels insubstantial – like an empty shell.
A sensory and emotional connection is created with people by transforming the outline of an object into that of another object.
A silhouette separated from a shadow shows the value of a thing in a different light.