Technicolor Syntax is a visual language about visual experience. A language that is derived from call and response, through the lens of spontaneity and aggression. The work is process based, intuitive. There is no advanced deliberation or pre-planning. The mark, composition, and design are all formed as I stand before the plate. A meditative focus between artist and piece. Each piece is unique but when installed is one. Once in its completed form, the visual language and visual experience is born. The piece is ongoing, growing, and never gets installed the same way twice.
Working spontaneously, making marks that are aggressive, playful, and explorative is influenced from a childhood of skateboarding, adventure, and exploration. The marks are made from found objects, conventional brushes, and manipulated drawing tools that redefine their intended functionality.