“Drawing teaches us to observe and if we were more visually aware in this country, our environment would not be in such a mess. And possibly there might be less crime and violence if we could notice and enjoy what we see."

Letter published in The Guardian, November 1995

I want to engage the physical properties of space and architecture with works that explore form and content (or, form versus content) using a mundane, mass-produced material—sign vinyl. The slow and labor-intensive process of hand-cutting the vinyl and carefully applying it to a wall or window subverts the commercial nature of the material.

For Simone, I created an abstract work that is a reflection—a moment—of the street in the luminosity of the sun. I hope that this unexpected work will interrupt and challenge viewers' visual routines for a second to notice the nooks and crannies of our city.