Installation > Continental Drift

This installation offers a space for meandering and contemplation. It is inspired by the geometric tilework of Islamic architecture, pays tribute to the artisans of handmade ceramics, and treats blue and white ceramics as carriers of ideas. The visual tradition of blue and white ceramics developed through an exchange beginning in the 9th century between the Middle East and China, and has taken on many forms and embodied many geographic identities. Allow your eye to drift from the individual forms to the larger form, from independent pattern to interconnected pattern. Experience the lack of resolution. I invite viewers to explore the work and fill the voids they see with projected patterns and personal memories.