My work is about challenging the idea of line being purely 2D. Line when viewed closely is 3D having volume and forming complex and unexpected shapes.
The idea of drawing and line being more than a 2D form of notation is an important part of my practise.
Using the intrinsic qualities of the materials I am working with to relate to the ideas I have at the time, I let their properties influence my decision making and allow them to become a part of the work.
Micro/macro and playing with scale by enlarging tiny parts of objects to exaggerate elements which would otherwise be lost is very exciting. Things seem dense and ordered to the naked eye but when they are enlarged they become random and dispersed.