Art from a Humanist Perspective
In both my art and my teaching, I am interested in the concept of liminal—or threshold—spaces, and how slippery spatial boundaries can speak metaphorically.
Almost all of my subjects are industrial or commercial areas, rather than private residences. They are "home" to no one, but I am drawn to them, and find in them something strangely familiar. The lines between inside and outside are blurred. The architecture itself is difficult to place, both in time and spatially. These sites may suggest the nation's unresolved social and economic issues; they also represent for me a psychological space—a place for personal reconnaissance.
Andrea Schwartz Gallery, San Francisco
Elisa Contemporary Art, New York