I use drawing at various levels of a total practice that includes painting, sculpture, collage, installation and drawings themselves. My work focuses on visual vs. text language, the distinct conventions of each as modes of communication, and the overlaps that inevitably occur between them. I explore the relationship of this composite language to architecture, urban space and the tradition of abstraction. My current “Complexes” series of long, scroll-like drawings, adapts pre-modern poetic forms to today’s hybrid information-flow. The “Spill” series includes site-specific installations and discrete sculptures: interior spaces, architectural features and household objects become vessels for an unlikely, overflowing collection of stuff. I believe drawing - as practice and product - can serve as a (missing) link between a wide range of artistic disciplines, within an individual practice or for a diverse group of artists.