Naum Gabo, the Russian artist, is credited with inventing the mobile in the early 1920s with his depiction of the volume of a figure without carrying its mass. A few years later, American artist, Alexander Calder, further developed the idea of a kinetic assemblage that sculpted space. Marcel Duchamp coined the term, "mobile" in 1931 when he viewed Calder's work. 

My mixed media assemblages, based on dance, depict personal or political themes, and range from collaborations with a writer (“Jive”) to those entirely my own creation. In them, the figure is fractured into individual panels, which are allowed to move, rhythmically sculpting both time and space.