Above Below, 2009. Enamel on papier-mache, dimensions variable, 17 works.
Above Below makes reference to the idea of the iceberg, of which only a small portion is visible above the water’s surface while the bulk is hidden from the observer situated above the waterline.
This condition is always prevalent in our perception of the world. We are never able to perceive the complete reality of any given situation as we as individuals are preoccupied with our own history, our own point of view, which is established by our personal conditioning. The complexity of each situation and its invisible interconnectedness with everything else is unfathomable for us.