How do we experience numbers?
Numbers allow us to rationalize and order our world, yet numbers are often vast and incomprehensible. For example, we recognize seven o’clock as an expression of time, but how do we imagine one million people?
What is counted? What is countless? What is seen? What is not seen?
I am drawn to the contradictions that these questions pose.
By working incrementally, bead by bead, patterns and imagery are formed. These patterns relate to the repetition of numbers and spaces that occur continually in our lives and environments with the passage of time.