My human-scale charcoal drawings use architectural details, engaging the viewer to create a doorway into a waking nightmare.
The work plays conscientiously with the relationship between the audience and the gallery space, creating an anxiety that is both contained in the pieces and shared openly by the recipients. Black and white imagery function to exaggerate and distort the intensity of the unusual perspectives presented in the drawings, which are set at a child's height.
The installation serves to express discomfort and fear associated with night terrors while communicating a narrative about waking up from naivete to find that some monsters are real.
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