overtopping, 2019, mixed media on canvas & wood, 62×86 inches

Overtopping is commonly used in reference to levee failures or breaches but is also defined as superiority of one person over another. Building on a one-point perspective, Overtopping illustrates a bleak landscape of opposing of forces in nature and human nature due to a broken barrier. The geometric shape shifting transformed into memory-based configurations is a process of identifying particular data, culminating in an epic narrative.