FORGET ABOUT IT
Thematically these works further explores ideas of race and ethnicity with the understanding of past societal attitudes of cognitive dissonance concerning these issues.
However, these new works attempt to push the envelope by challenging the notions of our present and future response to those past attitudes. By creating works that move beyond the two dimensional surface to literally step into our living space, the hope is to engage with the viewer on a more intimate, tactile level.
This series is focused on a positive creative social response or a “Paradigm Shift”, within the conversation of race, with a strong emphasis on a healing strategy to the often highly charged discussion of history and ethnicity.