I’ve always been interested in boundaries, remnants, and where things collect. Recently this has encompassed ideas about shifting ground through mixed media fractal disruptions, based on hundreds of images I took of a summer playa in Oregon. My related sculptures derive from the experience of a distraught child in a video recording, disassembling the children's plastic slide it featured, and casting objects from it. These fragments highlight the presence of touch as they echo a fraught interior landscape, a different kind of shifting ground. These re-made objects emphasize the instability of memory, always on the threshold change. I’m interested in how a sense of rupture and disorientation can be an opportunity to be more carefully attentive and compassionate.