Much of the content of the work I make is concerned with the biological experience of being a human. The features that define us as mammals, and which are beautiful, functional, and familiar, can become disturbing when viewed from unfamiliar angles. The multiplicity and fineness of strands of hair, the porousness of skin, and the bony hardness of the teeth that protrude from our gums are qualities we interact with all the time, everyday, but that are so familiar to us that our perception of them is not always conscious. Hair is a subject I particularly like addressing in line drawings like these ones, many of which were part of a May 2014 show at Ten Gallery. A review of this exhibit in Pelican Bomb can be found here.