At the height of four-feet, my physical relationship to and experience of the built environment, is fundamental to the way I define and develop my work. In general I use my own rule of 4 referring to my height, either through multiplication or division of that number to create what I sometimes refer to as "Corban-scale". Although it might not always be immediately apparent I use concepts of architecture and minimalism, to challenge the viewers' interaction with my work, often altering the way in which they engage, either through a physical motion of perhaps bending, stooping or adjusting position. I incorporate materials traditionally associated with industrial building or architecture such as glass, stainless steel, aluminum and L.E.D. collaborating with fabricators sometimes out of physical limitations that I encounter and sometimes for the experience of collaboration to execute my sculptural concepts. My play and use of scale is usually subtle but often affects the movements of the audience such as the installation I created for the Hugh Lane Gallery Dublin: Mapping Hugh Lane (image included in this submission) whereby I encased two permanently installed benches in the gallery and using my scale constructs I the navigation of the space to the perimeter of the room, creating a passage way wide enough and very comfortable for my person but a challenging for a the average sized person. The only piece whereby I created a persona TV Man which shows a film of me standing at true height within a 4.5 ft flat screen TV monitor. TV Man gazes out at the viewer, the observer engages in scrutiny of the figure in the monitor unchallenged.