The expanding wall drawing dominating this installation grew out of imagery created over many months in my sketchbooks through a stream of consciousness process. As they take over the walls, invented images begin to speak to one another while they float, intersect, and collide in an undefined space. The graphic black and white atmosphere presents disorder and mayhem, play and disturbance. Some forms begin to suggest nameable objects or creatures, yet never reach a sense of logic in an unending chaos.

My Chaos, 100" x 164" x 84", 2008, ink, acrylic, vinyl