My sculptures address landscape and our place within it. This relationship is mediated by our physical experience within these spaces as delineated by our desire to control and comprehend the landscape. Intersections of artificial and the assumed natural character of landscape serve as fodder for these fabrications. Sculptural planes I construct often negate variables that would allude to an explicit locale. Structures that are placed on the surfaces of my sculptures represent types of shelter and storage facilities. Distinction between the two is not important as their presence evokes a broader dialogue. The objects become iconographic elements that place the work on a dividing line between the past and the future.