The Reflections series is about reflections on living in our complex digital world. It began with water reflections and the hidden currents beneath the surface. The series grew and changed rapidly to include other kinds of reflections: reflections on the complexity of our digital society, on its hidden agendas, on digital data collection, and on information overload. I find the speed of change in the world to be both challenging and bewildering and the visual stories of these challenges fascinating.
By layering pigmented wax in varying hues and thicknesses and then carving back into those layers, I have created imagery reminiscent of reflections of water with complex undercurrents. Manipulated colored spirals of wax are sculpted and fused to indicate the complex evolving world we occupy. Multicolored holes are excavated from smooth exterior wax surfaces to signify the hidden layers. My work continues to be an exploration of my thoughts about the world and my place in it.