The most intimate motivation for my art making derives from the unchartered territory, covering the morphing from perception to experience. Like the transformation of sensory awareness into experience, the manipulation of yarn transforms its essence. The processes of dyeing, sewing, and cutting lead to the creation of modules that are sewn into a grid. Through the projection of their shadows the ephemeral character of my art emerges. The full integration of the grid into the artwork, in part as scaffold and in part as a constitutive element, provides the composition. The cores of my grid structures are the spaces in between. The grid and the modules combined, express this liminal quality through their transitory function between the wall, the ceiling and the ground creating floating spaces. Similar to the unaccounted for process from perception to experience, liminal spaces offer pure potentiality and a state of non-duality. It is thus, that I consider my art as a facility without its own territory. In a world were everything needs to be classified, named and put into a category in order to be understood, I attempt to create purposiveness without purpose.