As humans, we depend on pattern recognition to make sense of our world. As modern, media saturated humans we are surrounded from birth by unlikely patterns and images which become part of our reality. Animals of every sort walk on two legs, wear clothes and talk. Even inanimate objects such as food items or cleaning supplies sprout arms, legs and faces while urging us to buy them.

In these sculptures, replicas of natural objects and decayed artifacts are arranged in patterns which our senses recognize as face-like, and as such transmit emotional content we have learned to associate with the language of facial features.

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