I’ve been interested in how something becomes something — more than what that something is — since I began exploring language. The process more than the identity — what I’m made of undefined. Poetry allows me a fluid transience to explore the edges of cognition — our acceptance into the world we invent, the one that watches us back — combined within clarified layers of visual interpretation. A certain restraint to let the language become as porous as drawing — the act of drawing as immediate gesture, permanently spontaneous. I’m interested in the re-interpretation among the spaces between language and page, shape and skeleton, skin and sensory awakening, poetry and body, the writing inside the drawing.