2014 Ceramic, acrylic paint, bubble machine, steel rods
Our lives are fueled by one chase after another. We are consumed with a desire for something, someone, someplace, and propel ourselves toward it. When children see bubbles, it becomes their mission to catch them. The hunt begins. This piece brings to mind our fascination with chasing bubbles, objects so fragile and temporary that as soon as we get our hands on them they are gone. It questions the need to chase something that we will never be able to catch. Is catching what is important, or is all we need is the chase?