Forest for the Trees, Paper, Wire, Polyurethane, 4'x18"x17"
This piece compares our life experience to the biological phenomenon of metamorphosis. A direct relationship is drawn between the body and a structure that is temporarily occupied. In this case, emergence is synonymous with both birth and death. Forest for the Trees asks the viewer to forgo the details and consider life as a process. Upon doing so, it may be discovered that what is thought to be a beginning or ending may actually be a mere transition.