The world of forms is endlessly fascinating. Nature provides a vast array of waves,
spirals, parabolas, that we are compelled to translate and objectify through
mathematical formulas, philosophical speculations, works of art.
To create a physical embodiment of a natural form calls for a certain surrender of
equilibrium, placing reason in service of intuition. It is a problem of gaining access
to the peculiarities of the invisible. There is a delicate dance between the brittle
resistance of the wood and the grace and dynamism of an imagined configuration.
Therein lies the ongoing motivation for my work.