Like great brain synapses, energy is carried
from one end of surfaces to the other in a miasma,
a hurricane, a deafening sound on a molecular level,
information rushes in and out of the forms, from
the forefront to the background, at once in a hurry
to carry it and evolving from utter stillness.
The artist describes function in energetic terms,
going beyond the personal, to discover the origins
which compel her disclosure.
-- Marjorie Kaye, curator and director of the Caladan Gallery