My art is exploring biology and technology, including those forces that we recognized but never quite fully witness. I create kinetic sculptures that move at the speed of plant growth, which unexpectedly is the speed at which 99.7% of all biomass on this planet moves. Several of my pieces experiment with capillary action, a scientific term most of us do not recognize but refers to a biological mechanism that we do understand, i.e. how a piece of rope soaks up water defying gravity. I also have a heightened awareness of just how much technology surrounds as does nature, but most of us do not really understand how either works. My work explores these conundrums, the juxtaposition of nature and technology, and how technology is transforming our conception of time. As I used the internet, electronics, and computers, I started to question and explore how they worked. As a result, I use steel to illustrate these micromechanisms and devices that have had such an enormous impact on human experience.