In Mandalas, distilled slices of urban dwellings and structures rise up from constructed geometric patterns and grids. Large and saturated, these seemingly complex systems are, in fact, based on a set of three simple ideas.
The urban constructs are meant to create a central void within which the composition is focused and revolves (Mandala).
Regardless of orientation and independent of scale, the constructs allude to the Yin and Yang of our existence.
The tension between the image and the viewer evokes a unique, personal response: a feeling of being small, yet large, and of seeing something complex, yet somehow surprisingly elemental.
Of simply being…