I approach the body as a material, as a set of lines. I’m fascinated and perplexed by this ordinary form that lugs bags, cleans up messes, waits for the train, but then also appears in dreams. With every work I create, I attempt to render the body-form less familiar by activating interstitial information: a swat, a blink, a sudden glint of wrist. I play with the temporal register of an action, or reshuffle the sequence of a basic shift in weight. With attention, these moments open up and out, revealing more of what’s possible in common presence.