Acrylic on canvas
74" x 30"
Intentionally masculine and unapologetically geometric, His Tower questions the sructure of self-hood. It depicts a quiet struggle: a body is represented by a series of crisp, stacked cubes that insist on maintaining their transparency, leaving the sky visible through their sides. In this way, the impulse for freedom, and the Tower becomes a metaphor for the paradoxical way in which limits and liberation can co-exist within a single life.