“An artwork is an ephemeral notion, it has the potential to be in anything, and in nothing. One can stand in front of Miro’s Message from a Friend and feel a shudder up one’s spine, yet come back a week later and only reminisce...

Perhaps this is due in part to expectation; the art should be there, as I am here, concentrating, yet it has gone; perhaps to contextualization.

This series of performances/live-action works aim, in part, to comment on the notion of singling-out an object, the act of focusing on art — an a priori expectation.

Here, a spot light – the desert sun, aiming to illuminate, destroys what is being painted. Inherently, a collaboration between the two.”