Valencia is a body of work, which bridges events and experiences distinct to the artist and a concern with the way certain forms can possess the space and qualia of and/or around a given subject. These material manifestations of platonic items and phenomena are held by a reductive but malleable system of canvas construction and assembly, at once painting, and a suspension system, containing the pressure both physical and perceptual of a thing to the space that contains it. Individual works become moments divorced from their original narrative context, having become pure form and color, an essentially formal experience. These brief but distinct sensations only discernable through titles and an intense specificity of color, give the viewer the barest glimpses of small characters in a larger story.